Quore adopts Amazon Web Services platform

Quore’s software can now more easily and efficiently be deployed around the world. Photo credit: Quore

Quore is migrating its software-as-a-service application to Amazon Web Services, an Amazon subsidiary that provides cloud computing platforms. The adoption and implementation of this platform enables Quore to more easily scale its infrastructure and services to meet the needs of a growing national and international customer base.

“With the addition of AWS’s global capacity, Quore’s software can more easily and efficiently be deployed around the world,” Quore’s founder Scott Schaedle said in a statement. “This investment illustrates our dedication to reaching more international customers than ever before in a highly scalable way.”

Earlier this year, Quore announced the addition of Eric Lunt as director of sales,  Europe. Lunt currently supports the company’s growing European client base from its headquarters in Manchester, England.


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Through automated reports, personalized dashboards and real-time data, Quore’s cloud-based platform allows hotel staff to manage all aspects of their jobs through one place on any device. The solution is the first of its kind to combine state of the art technology and intuitive design to allow hotels of any size to oversee the moving parts behind a guest’s hotel experience.

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