FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Franklin-based Quore, the hospitality industry’s leading cloud-based solution, recently added a handful of new talent to its growing team. Led by Nashville native Scott Schaedle, Quore has doubled its active users to 65,000 and added 40+ new staff members in the past year alone.
Among Quore’s executive ranks, Danielle Junion has been appointed as the new director of customer support. Junion is joining Quore with over 15 years of experience in customer-facing industries. Previously, she served as a quality program manager at Professional Credential Services (PCS) and support supervisor at Community Health Systems (QHC), Asurion and LTCG.
Quore is also welcoming Chad Cates and Rosalyn Dorival-Steel to its quality assurance department and Clayton Kennamer and Meg Freeman to its program management team. New employees on the product development and marketing/design teams include: Lahai Mustapha, Zachary Linscheid, Jason Lankford, Aspen Humphrey, Eric O’Dell, Dylan Phillips, Ashlee Hughes, Louis Dorman, Nick Stanerson, Issac Van, Joe Canter, Allison Schuh, and Peter Ripley.
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To learn more about Quore or to request a demo, visit www.quore.com.
Quore is the hospitality industry’s leading innovator of hotel management software and helps hotels efficiently run their day-to-day operations. Pioneered by experienced hoteliers, Quore is the first solution ever to combine state-of-the-art technology and intuitive design to allow hotels of any size to manage all aspects of the guest experience. Quore supports some of the industry’s largest brands, including IHG, Marriott, Holiday Inn, and Best Western, to track work orders, execute preventive maintenance, manage guest requests, improve complaint responsiveness, and create world-class proficiencies in housekeeping. Founded in 2013 by Scott Schaedle, Quore Systems is privately owned and located in Franklin, Tennessee.
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