What is a Data Center RFP?
A Data Center RFP, or Request for Proposal, is an exacting document used to vet potential data center providers on your firm’s specific requirements.
This Data Center RFP template will enable you to best match your IT requirements to your business needs. Simply edit or delete sections from the template to reflect your firm’s pre-determined criteria and customize it to specific business needs.
About the Author
The Data Center RFP template is a collection of best practices aggregated across many industry experts and personnel. It includes information from numerous sources including several of the largest enterprise data center providers, leading data center and colocation trade journals, input from research analysts, active data center managers, and enterprise IT leaders.
The RFP template was consolidated by Scott Brueggeman, Chief Operating Officer of Citadel Data Centers. Brueggeman has over 20 years’ experience in technology and data centers. Most recently he was CMO and Inside Sales leader at CyrusOne where the firm grew revenues more than 3-fold over his tenure. Prior to this he led marketing at CoreLink Data Centers, which was acquired by Zayo. Previously, he held management positions at AT&T, CareerBuilder, and PepsiCo.
Citadel is a data center space aggregator delivering custom data center solutions at the lowest-available prices.
Customers get the most competitive way to obtain data center proposals and receive white-glove service across all stages our relationship, including selection, install, management, and growth.