Survey company SurveyMonkey is acquiring Wufoo, a service that allows users to build online forms. The exact information of the deal has not been revealed, but TechCrunch says $35 million is the estimated price-point. Wufoo and its team members are going to be relocating to Palo Alto and become a part of the SurveyMonkey organization.
“Wufoo is the market leader in online form creation and a perfect fit for SurveyMonkey,” SurveyMonkey Dave Goldberg says of the acquisition.
“You can actually expect it to be business as usual after today,” a Wufoo blog post on the news reads. “Just to be clear — SurveyMonkey is not interested in dismantling what we’ve built. Quite the contrary, actually. They want to nurture it and spread it as far and wide as possible.”