August 8, 2017 – reDock is pleased to announce their participation in 500 Startups, a prestigious incubator program based in San Francisco.

Every year, over 5,000 startups from around the world apply, with a less than 4% acceptance rate. reDock has been accepted into Batch 22 among 36 other companies.

“reDock’s acceptance into 500 Startups, an elite and world-renowned accelerator, proves that reDock is solving a real, high-value, and global problem: the effort invested by companies while responding to Request for Proposals. The support already provided by 500 Startups has reinstated the future proposal creation and the much-needed disruption that reDock provides to the industry.”  – reDock CEO and Founder, Pierre-Olivier Charlebois

reDock’s software uses advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate the tedious aspects of RFP responses, so that the highly skilled professionals putting together these responses can concentrate their time, energy and brainpower making them as compelling and appealing as possible.

About 500 Startups

500 Startups is a global venture capital seed fund with a network of startup programs headquartered in Silicon Valley with over $275M in committed capital across 4 main funds and 13 micro funds. They have invested in 1,600 technology startups all over the world since their inception in 2010 including: Twilio (NYSE: TWLO), Credit Karma, Grab, Udemy, Ipsy, TalkDesk, Intercom, MakerBot (acq’d by SSYS), Wildfire (acq’d by GOOG), and Viki (acq’d by Rakuten). Our team of 150 people based in 20 countries manage seed investments across 60 countries and speak over 25 languages.