RFP360 has been acquired by Portland-based software company RFPIO. Together, the companies plan to focus on delivering powerful solutions that serve the entire RFP lifecycle. The purchase adds 46 employees and strengthens the brand's position in the RFP software market.
About rfp360marketingFounded in 2012, RFP360 offers the only RFP management solution that improves the RFP process for issuers and responders, empowering organizations across the globe to form successful vendor-client partnerships
Founded in 2012, Kansas City startup RFP360 has been acquired by RFPIO. Previously competitors, the two companies have joined forces to further their joint mission of improving the entire RFP process, from request to response.
RFPIO has acquired RFP360, bolstering their best-in-class response management solutions for organizations of all sizes, along with a vision for the future of B2B procurement. Read the full press release for more information.
RFP360 announced their latest release with team management, account workspaces and a new UI framework. Explore all the latest in this press release.
RFP360 has been named a Category Leader in proposal management software by GetApp. The recognition is based on independent research and customer feedback. Explore all the details here.
RFP360 has been named a Leader in the Proposal and RFP Software and a High Performer in the Strategic Sourcing categories of the Summer 2020 G2 Grid Report. Explore all the details of the awards here.
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