At its inception in 2012, Quore was the product of a single engineer at a local hotel property trying to solve the frustrations and miscommunications that he encountered while doing his job. Then, Quore surpassed its three-to-five-year plan within the first three months of business and now, with over 4,000 hotels, Quore has more than tripled initial projections. The company has reached this point purely through organic growth and customer referrals. With some of the industry's largest brands—IHG, Marriott, Hilton and Choice—now championing Quore, the company is set to continue to grow exponentially in the coming years.
Scott Schaedle, the once engineer, now founder and CEO of Quore said, "We're pausing to celebrate this milestone because of what it signifies to our company and our customers. It marks not just leading but continuing to set the standard in our industry. And this is just the beginning of what we hope to accomplish in the coming years. We're excited to continue to support our customers and look forward to serving more in the near future."
The engineering/housekeeping management solution is fast becoming one of hospitality's most powerful technology tools because of its ability to help engineers, housekeepers and other back-of-house staff manage tasks more efficiently.
"We are grateful that so many hoteliers are seeing the value and benefit of Quore," Schaedle said. "While our technology helps hotels deliver great service, it's the exceptional people serving today's guests that are truly making the difference. Today more than 4,000 hotels rely on our cloud-based solutions to run their day-to-day operations more efficiently."
While primarily in the United States, Quore's portfolio extends into 29 countries comprising of management companies, branded properties (both managed and franchised), as well as independent hotels. Quore is used by properties with 500+ rooms and properties with less than 75 rooms—and everything in between. Its features are used across every department to connect hotel teams seamlessly.
There are many reasons why Quore has risen to the top as a global technology leader. Its platform's 30-plus features do everything from scheduling preventive maintenance to managing capital expenditures, giving operators exactly what they need to create happier guest experiences. It's mobile ready, and available to hotel staff in multiple languages whenever and wherever they need it via easy-to-use iOS and Android mobile apps. It's managed in the cloud on Amazon Web Services, so there is nothing on premises to load or maintain.
"It's important to note that Quore could not have achieved this momentous milestone if it wasn't for our exceptional team," Schaedle added. "It's because of them that we continue to build solutions that hoteliers love."
Quore is an award-winning, cloud-based hotel quality optimization solution, providing the right tools to empower hotels of any size to make operations more efficient and improve guest experiences. Founded in 2012, it is the first solution ever to combine state-of-the-art technology and intuitive design to better manage all aspects of the guest experience, including preventative maintenance, guest requests and complaints, work orders, housekeeping and workforce/shift communication. Quore's software is used by more than 4,400 hotels in the U.S., and it supports hotels from the industry's largest brands, including IHG, Marriott, Hilton and Choice. The Franklin, Tennessee-based company is privately owned and was named one of America's Best Startup Employers by Forbes.
To learn more about Quore or to request a demo, visit www.quore.com.