RFP360 releases team management, workspace features and next-generation experience

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Graham McConnell
Graham McConnell
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RFP360, the leader in full-circle RFP management software, today announced the immediate availability of the company’s latest release — featuring three unique enhancements, team management and account workspaces, in addition to an evolutionary user interface (UI) framework. The improvements accelerate the RFP process for organizations, so they can issue RFPs and respond to them more efficiently and effectively.

RFP360’s team management feature empowers an RFP team to quickly assign multiple proposal writers and approvers to multiple sections and questions in one step. It’s simple and fast to navigate through proposals, manage team assignments and adjust tasks and due dates, enabling users to move from building an outline to writing and approving answers in minutes.

The new release also offers a more intuitive, streamlined and responsive user experience that improves accessibility to the application’s most valuable features, including team management. Toolbar functions and navigation controls were reimagined in the UI framework design, which also allows RFP360 to deploy future enhancements more quickly and seamlessly.

“The focus of this extensive project was not to simply improve aesthetics, though we have certainly made great strides in that regard,” said Ryan Townsend, CTO at RFP360. “Our main goal was to truly modernize the way users and their teams interact with our application so they can access the features they need as easily as possible.”

A vital part of the upgrade centered on surfacing and advancing existing functionality that’s unique to RFP360 — account workspaces. Workspaces enable organizations to keep projects, users and knowledge separate and secure based on department, area, team or other purpose. Consultants use workspaces extensively to deliver tailored, value-added strategic sourcing and procurement services to every client. As a highlight of the framework design, workspaces are now easier to search, navigate and manage.

“I’m extremely proud of what our team has accomplished, especially during an incredibly challenging year,” said Townsend. “In addition to launching new features like team management, redesigning our UI framework, and developing other key capabilities like account workspaces that establish a new standard for RFP management tools, we were able to set company records for revenue and growth.”

 

 


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.