Quorum Software has appointed Gene Austin as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Austin has over 30 years of experience in leading both private and public software and technology companies. Most recently, Austin was the CEO of Bazaarvoice, and previous to that was the CEO of Convio, where he led a team that grew the business to a successful IPO in 2010 and eventual sale to Blackbaud in 2012. Prior to Convio, Austin was a member of the executive team that took CareerBuilder.com public in 1999.
“We are excited to have Gene join Quorum Software as CEO,” said Scott Crabill, a Managing Partner at Thoma Bravo. “He brings a proven track record of successful executive leadership in software and technology that is perfectly suited to the growth opportunity that Quorum represents. We look forward to working with Gene and the management team on Quorum Software's next stage of performance and growth.”
“Quorum has built a great business as a category leader in the energy software industry,” said Gene Austin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Quorum Software. “I'm looking forward to working with the executive team and our employees to foster a culture of innovation that delivers best in class software products and services that enable our customers to digitally transform their businesses. Our plan is to continue to grow aggressively by building on the market success of our cloud-based myQuorum applications and platform.”
“Gene brings significant software and technology leadership experience to our team, building upon the deep and formidable oil and gas expertise that exists at Quorum Software today,” said Charles Goodman, Chairman of the Board. “We are enthusiastic about working with Gene and the entire team to execute on the promising market opportunity ahead for Quorum Software.”
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/12122018/quorum-software-announces-new-president-and-ceo/
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