Startland News — Tech company at the vanguard of KC startup boom exits to West Coast competitor

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Wendy Gittleson
Wendy Gittleson
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Founded in the Kansas City Startup Village in 2012, RFP360 has been acquired by RFPIO. Previously competitors, the two SaaS, RFP software companies will join and to continue developing solutions that serve the entire RFP lifecycle. Their mission is to improve efficiency and effectiveness from request to response and beyond. RFPIO commented on the transaction saying,

“By acquiring RFP360, RFPIO is continuing to invest in the advancement of response management by expanding its breadth of solutions and the audiences it serves.”

RFP360’s employees will remain in the Kansas City area, operating out of their Leawood location which opened in 2019. In addition, Dave Hulsen, formerly the chief operating officer and co-founder of RFP360, will become part of RFPIO’s leadership team as the company pursues rapid growth in RFP request management for procurement teams.


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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.