MPSA Launches RFP Template to Help Members Win More Business

January 13, 2022 — The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) has launched a new eBook, “Managed Print RFP Template,” available for members to download now at the MPSA website.   The goal of the book is to help providers get ahead of the RFP process, providing industry best practices to help set MPSA members apart from their competition to win more business.

The book was created by the MPSA Standards and Best Practices Committee (SBPC), who identified that for MPS providers to be more successful, they should actively provide prospects with a list of RFP requirements to guide the buying criteria to be aligned with the best interests of the customer as well as favor the strengths of the MPS provider. The committee collaborated with RFP software providers to ensure the content can be easily integrated into a prospect’s RFP software platform.

“The Managed Print RFP Template eBook is an essential sales resource to help managed print providers win more MPS business today”, says Eric Crump. “I am proud of the collaboration of our members including independent dealers, OEMs, and ISVs working together for the good of the MPS industry.”

The book is available in the Member Resources section of the MPSA website. Members can log in and download the book at

If you are not currently a member of the MPSA, this is a great time to start. Find out more information and join our  international group of professionals from every aspect of the imaging industry:

About the Managed Print Services Association

The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) is an independent, not-for-profit organization that serves the MPS industry. Its focus is on the development of standards, education and industry guidelines that unite the different segments of the industry that bring value to all those participating. For more information about benefits and memberships, visit

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