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Tips for Developing a Request for Proposal for an Indoor Wireless System

Tips for Developing a Request for Proposal for an Indoor Wireless System

Preparing proposal requests for services out of your expertise, like wireless network installation in Salt Lake City or fiber optics installation, can be a daunting and sometimes costly task for building owners. However, our fiber optic cabling company experts at CTS Cabling understands that the wireless environment is complex and constantly evolving in order to accommodate the latest technology.

Due to the fact that building occupants rely heavily on wireless devices to support the way they live and work, building owners recognize that poor wireless services can significantly impair their ability to attract customers. Thus, an indoor wireless system is necessary to accommodate and attract business. To help building owners understand and prepare prospective bids on the design, install, operation and maintenance of an indoor wireless communications system, below are some major topics to consider addressing in a request for a proposal.

Major Topics to Include in Proposal Request

  • Overview and Scope
  • Requirements
  • Venue Description and Specifications
  • Maintenance and Support Services
  • Performance Guarantee
  • Compliance and Training
  • Vendor Information
  • Design Proposal
  • Statement of Work
  • Bid Response Information

If you are looking for an experienced fiber optic cabling company or WiFi technician, CTS Cabling is highly knowledgeable in wireless network installation in Salt Lake City and fiber optics installation. To learn more about CTS Cabling and our innovative services, or to speak with an experienced cable contractor in Salt Lake City, call 877-685-2626 or contact us online.

 

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