At a ribbon cutting ceremony held here yesterday, Quore commemorated the grand opening of its new 26,000-square-foot facility. The move was sparked by the company’s need to more than double the size of its workforce to meet hospitality industry demand for its hotel management software.
To recognize its $780,000 investment in Williamson County, Quore was named a 2019 NEXT Awards finalist by the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. The honor recognizes entrepreneurs, startups and entrepreneurial-minded businesses making a significant impact on the economy in Middle Tennessee.
Quore is an award-winning provider of workforce communication and engineering/housekeeping management technologies that enable hotels to efficiently run their day-to-day operations and improve the guest experience. With software used by more than half of the top 100 highest-earning hotel management companies in the U.S., 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, Hilton, and Choice, to track work orders, execute preventative maintenance, manage guest requests, improve complaint responsiveness, and create world-class proficiencies in housekeeping. Founded in 2012 by Scott Schaedle, Quore is privately owned and located in Franklin, Tennessee.
To learn more about Quore or to request a demo, visit www.quore.com.