Meet the Proposify team

Made with love in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Kyle Racki

CEO & Co-Founder

In his past life as a designer, and as an agency owner with Kevin, Kyle shed his fair share of blood, sweat, and bitter tears over the aggravating inefficiency of the average proposal process. And since necessity is the mother of invention, along came Proposify. Kyle is passionate about building beautiful software while helping entrepreneurs improve their sales. He loves jamming out 90’s cover tunes at open mic night and has the unique ability to work a perfectly cromulent Simpsons reference into any conversation. Kyle's la-di-da coffee order includes a freshly ground dark roast from a french press with cream.

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Kevin Springer

COO & Co-Founder

A serial entrepreneur since the days before the internet (gasp!), Kevin’s extensive business acumen and sales experience makes him and Kyle the perfect co-conspirators. When he’s not guiding Proposify toward world domination, you’ll find Kevin on the court coaching youth basketball, on the field cheering his own kids, or on foot, running against the wind. Many years ago, Kevin actually owned a coffee company in Florida so he's kind of our in-house aficionado. As a gentleman, he prefers blonde (roast, of course) with two milks and no sugar.

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Jonathan Down

Chief Technical Officer

With over a decade of experience in programming, Jonathan leads the development side of our flagship software here at Proposify. In his spare time Jonathan actually writes more code — experiments, makes games, and even builds robots. Yes, robots. He can also be found pampering his new baby, his Mini Cooper. Jonathan's java? A dark roast with a hit of chocolate milk.

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A note from Kyle, our CEO

Back in 2007 I was working at a small web design company and had an idea: what if there was a way to make a software-as-a-service product like Basecamp, but for proposals? It would cut down on the headache agencies face with proposals and give them all the design flexibility they need to make it look amazing, all right in the web browser.

To me it was a cool idea, but I never thought it would see the light of day. Javascript wasn't what it is today, and besides, while I could design the interface, I didn't have the technical or financial means to make this a reality.

Not too long afterwards, other proposal software products came out, but none of them ever matched the vision I had in my head for my dream app, one that I would want to use for my own agency's proposals. For several years I ran a small web design agency with my business partner, Kevin and later sold it to focus on Proposify.

Fast-forward to today, and here we are a small but growing startup with thousands of customers from all over the world praising Proposify for its simple, intuitive interface and ease of use.

It's a vision that I couldn't have ever pulled off on my own without the business savvy of Kevin, my other co-founder at Proposify, or sheer genius and raw talent of Jonathan, our CTO. We are also blessed to have investors who believed in our dream and were willing to put their money behind it to make it happen.

I'm especially grateful for every one of our customers who trust us with a very important part of their business, and collectively pitch over a million dollars every month using Proposify.

Our mission is to make the best proposal software in the world for small agencies, and we pour our blood, sweat and tears to fulfill on that every day.

If you don't think Proposify is the best proposal app to help your growing agency streamline your sales then you won't pay a penny. Give it a try for 14 days and tell me what you think.

Cheers,

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Cofounder & CEO, Proposify

PS: If you'd like to learn from our past experiences running a digital agency and other agency owners who are killing it every day, check out our podcast.

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