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Considering a Proof of Concept or Proof of Technology?


the vendor chronicles

Are you or your IT Department considering a Proof of Concept (POC) or Proof of Technology (POT)? If so, here are a few things to think about:

1) What do you need the vendor to provide in the Proof of Concept / Proof of Technology?

2) Do you have concrete business requirements to ensure that you’re measuring the Proof of Concept / Proof of Technology correctly? If not, it’s important to ensure that both you and the vendor understand the requirements for the Proof of Concept / Proof of Technology.

3) Do you need to use a legal agreement for the Proof of Concept / Proof of Technology? If you’re unsure, check with your contract management, procurement or legal team and ask them. In fact, they may need an Agreement in place before the Proof of Concept / Proof of Technology begins. Ask them ahead of time to ensure that…

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