RFP365 Announces Rebrand to RFP360

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RFP365 announces rebrand to RFP360New branding represents RFP360’s commitment to providing a 360-degree view into RFPs, proposals, and more.

Kansas City, MO – Dec. 4, 2018 – RFP365, the leading provider of end-to-end request for proposal (RFP) management software, today announced a rebrand to RFP360. The rebrand highlights the company’s commitment to providing innovative solutions that simplify key procurement and bidding processes.

In addition to the new RFP360 name, the rebrand includes:

“We realized the market has accepted an archaic RFP process for far too long,” said RFP360 Co-Founder and COO David Hulsen. “We knew that if we wanted to lead the way in spurring a change in the market — by proving that both issuers and responders can demand more — we had to change the way we communicate and the way we present ourselves.”

The rebrand also reaffirms the company’s focus on improving every type of RFx — including requests for information (RFIs), requests for quotations (RFQs), due diligence questionnaires (DDQs), security questionnaires, and more.

“We’ve always designed our solutions to offer a 360-degree view into both the procurement process and the bidding process,” said Co-Founder and CTO Stuart Ludlow. “Now, this core component of our company is reflected in the name and in the brand as a whole.”

About RFP360
RFP360 offers the only full-circle RFP management solution designed for issuers and responders. Through innovative technology that leverages big data and automated workflows, as well as a keen understanding of the complexities of procurement and bidding, RFP360 helps its customers develop strategic RFP processes that deliver results.

 


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.