Preparing for Remote Software Demonstrations
Once your project team has received responses from your long list of vendors and your team has made an initial cut, you are now ready to go through an initial series of remote demonstrations. The intent of the remote demonstration phase is to obtain a sense of the overall look and feel, ease of use, and functional highlights of the various software packages in consideration. This step in your project will allow your team to acquire additional details regarding the depth and breadth of the software’s functionality, and to get a sense of the potential cultural fit between your company and that of the software vendor. The remote demonstration process is intended to help whittle down the list of potential providers to seven to ten vendors with whom you will send a request for proposal to in the next phase of the evaluation process.
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