RFP360 named Category Leader for proposal management software

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Graham McConnell
Graham McConnell
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LEAWOOD, Kan. January 15, 2021 — RFP360, a leading cloud-based RFP management software company, announced today it was named a Category Leader for proposal management software by GetApp. The Category Leaders rankings are designed to help small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) evaluate and select which software products are right for them.

“We are thrilled to be named a Category Leader by GetApp based on independent research and reviews from our customers,” said David Lintz, chief executive officer of RFP360. “We are particularly pleased to hear feedback from small- and medium-sized businesses who say that RFP360 empowers more efficient and effective proposal creation, enabling them to compete with larger organizations.”

The Category Leaders rankings highlight top North American software products based on ratings from end-users in five key areas: ease of use, value for money, functionality, customer support and likelihood to recommend. Category Leaders is published on GetApp, a recommendation engine SMBs use to research software solutions.

More information about Category Leaders for proposal management software is available at https://www.getapp.com/sales-software/proposal-management/category-leaders/.

About RFP360
RFP360 develops software solutions that transform how organizations worldwide request information, respond to requests and interact — making the RFP and proposal process far more efficient, effective, consistent and repeatable for everyone. Our complete approach covers every angle, from knowledge management and response automation to request development and vendor evaluation.

GetApp Category Leaders constitute the subjective opinions of individual end-user reviews, ratings, and data applied against a documented methodology; they neither represent the views of, nor constitute an endorsement by, GetApp or its affiliates.

Graham McConnell

Graham lives in the B2B marketing space. He dabbles in writing, usually about digital marketing, but has other interests like the Portland Trail Blazers, the Portland Timbers, sci-fi films, video games and of course, response management.