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Looking for a Vendor Pre Qualification Document

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We have a completed a consultancy for preparing a RFP for the proposed ERP solution. I am in the look out for a Vendor Pre Qualification Document which shall weed out any non performers and therefore select only those who can meet the criteria set in VPQ document.

IF any one in the community can provide a document, it shall save me a lot of time.  My consultant has come back with very simplistic 1 page VPQ.
The Vendor Pre Qualification Document was not part of the scope and therefore they are not interested

Would appreciate any support possible
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Apit,
That particular document I had recvd already. I shall wait for some more time for any other ERP specific VPQ

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