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How much should I pay for Risk Management Consulting Services in Canada?
What is the average price of Risk Management Consulting Services in Canada?
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Questions to ask potential suppliers
How can I gain leverage during negotiations?
- Are your consultants experienced in any specialty areas, such as investigation, forensic accounting or risk auditing? What other areas do your consultants specialize in?
- How do you go about hiring your employees? Do you require any field experience?
- Do you provide ongoing training for your consultants?
- How do you retain high-quality staff while keeping your wages under control? How has this affected your prices in the past three years?
- What percentage of your top talent is located in Canadian offices? What other locations do your consultants work from?
- How do you evaluate the rate of business bankruptcies?
- How do you stay up to date on regulatory changes that impact compliance requirements for clients (e.g. Canada's Anti-Spam Regulation, the 2019 carbon taxation, etc.).
- What has your company done to take advantage of the growing number of businesses that require risk management consulting?
- How has the decline in global investor confidence impacted demand for your services?
- What steps have you taken to improve your firm's reputation during the past three years?
- What is your rate of contract retention? Do you provide client references that can attest to your strengths?
- Has your firm completed any acquisitions in the past three years? If so, how did this expansion affect your business model?
- Who are your biggest competitors? What strategies have you implemented to remain competitive in Canada?
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Key elements for every RFP
What should my RFP include?
- Buyers should specify their budget for risk management consulting services.
- Buyers should list payment schedules.
- Buyers should request detailed cost breakdowns for the services requested.
- Buyers should evaluate vendors based on their methodology and the quality of their work plan.
- Buyers should evaluate each vendor’s experience and qualifications, including individual consultants' qualifications and vendors' participation in global and Canadian industry associations.
- Buyers should consider references from previous clients to evaluate vendor reputation and customer service.
- Buyers should also evaluate vendors based on cost.
- Buyers should consider vendors that have extensive experience specifically serving Canadian businesses, since risks differ across geographies.
- Buyers should outline when proposals must be submitted.
- Buyers should communicate to prospective suppliers when bid awards will be posted.
- Buyers should state when the consulting services should begin.
- Buyers should outline the length and terms of the contract and cancellation policy.