The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) is looking to contract an outstanding consultant with a track record in working with membership organisations and helping them transform the way they interact within their community through the use of technology.
UICC would like to develop a global cancer ecosystem on which it can connect all its members and partners, offering an innovative digital platform through which the cancer community could interact, exchange ideas, identify similar challenges and their solutions, access special events and/or training sessions and more.
As a first step towards this grand ambition, UICC wishes to build a solid foundation by improving its relationship management, through the development of a new Customer/Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) System and optimising its internal work processes. We are therefore looking for expert advice, recommendations and a project manager to help us gather the needs, optimise processes, draft requirement specifications as well as outline an implementation plan including an estimate of the implementation and management costs.
In order for the Request for Proposal (RFP) respondent to get more familiar with UICC’s ambition for the new system, this RFP is complemented by three key documents for your consideration:
A preliminary summary of needs assessment from the various UICC Teams (high- level)
A concept note outlining UICC’s ambition and the timelines for its digital transformation: “The Digital Transformation of UICC to create a Global Cancer Ecosystem: concept note”
A user’s perspective guide, outlining all the different functionalities of the tool, based on different users’ experiences: “Building a digital global cancer ecosystem: users’ perspectives”
UICC is the largest cancer federation in the world. With more than 1,100 member organisations worldwide (see Appendix 2 for more details on UICC membership), UICC works with a vast range of stakeholders to drive change and accelerate progress of the global cancer community. UICC has four areas of work: advocacy, convening, capacity building and launching new initiatives.