Kansas City Business Journal — Leawood tech company sells to Oregon competitor

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Wendy Gittleson
Wendy Gittleson
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RFP360, an RFP software company based in Leawood, Kansas, has been acquired by Portland-based competitor, RFPIO. Jointly, the companies now provide RFP software to more than 200,000 users. Dave Hulsen, co-founder of RFP360 commented on the benefits for their customer base saying,

“From small businesses to large enterprises, they can get what they need from one place — and that’s a huge benefit to a customer … We now have very deep capabilities to continue innovation at a faster rate with a global reach.”

In 2020, RFP360 was honored in the Kansas City Business Journal’s Best Places to Work. In addition, the company secured two investments for a total of $12 million from Five Elms Capital.

As they move forward, the two companies will continue to deliver a full-circle solution — RFPIO will provide advanced RFP response management solutions, while RFP360 will further invest in their request management platform.


Wendy Gittleson

Wendy has more than 10 years experience as a B2B and B2C copywriter. She developed a passion for writing about tech from living in the San Francisco Bay Area and working for a technology school. From there, she transitioned to writing about everything from SaaS to hardware and cloud migration. She is excited to be part of the wonderful team at Responsive and looks forward to playing her part in building the future. Connect with Wendy on LinkedIn.