Item description for Creating RFPs for IPTV Systems; Requirements for IP Television Systems & Services by Lawrence Harte...
This book explains the typical objectives and processes that are involved in the creation and response to request for proposals (RFPs) for IPTV systems. It covers the key objectives for the RFP process, the RFP development process, unique IPTV system and service requirements, the contents of RFPs and the overall process for issuing, receiving, evaluation, and selecting winning responses from RFP responders. You will learn why RFPs are used and how the RFP development process involves several or all of the divisions within a company. Covered are the key objectives that RFPs must satisfy along with the general creation processes used by most companies to create and manage the RFP process. You will discover who is involved in the creation of an RFP and the typical steps performed during the creation of the RFP document. Explained are the methods used to issue and manage RFPs including how and when companies typically communicate questions and how clarifications are sent to vendors when new options, objectives or features are discovered in the RFP response process. Also included is sample outline of a typical RFP. Some of the most important topics featured in this book are: . What are RFPs and RFQs . Why Use and RFP for IPTV Systems . Key RFP Objectives . RFP Development Processes . How to Identify Potential Vendors . Who Participates in the RFP Creation Process . How to Issue an RFP . Receiving and Responding to Clarification Requests . Evaluating RFP Responses . Outline Template for an IPTV RFP
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jun 16, 2007
ISBN 1932813624 ISBN13 9781932813623
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More About Lawrence Harte
Lawrence Harte is president of APDG, a telecommunications consulting firm. He was an editor of the TIA TR45.3 digital cellular standard, and is author of more than 75 articles and several books on telecommunications, including GSM Superphones, Delivering xDSL, and CDMA IS-95 for Cellular and PCS. He is based in Fuquay, North Carolina.