When most business people think about buying software, they imagine a structured process: define requirements, identify qualified vendors, send them a request for proposal (RFP), research the most promising respondents in more detail and make a choice. It's somewhat bureaucratic, perhaps even ritualized. But it does promise a thorough, objective process that should yield sound results.
Vendors hate it.
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