|By Marketwired .||
|July 15, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/14 -- Quorum Information Technologies Inc. (Quorum) (TSX VENTURE:QIS), a company focused on developing, marketing and implementing its dealership and customer management system, XSellerator(TM), announced today the creation of a new role, Product Manager, to be held by Yvette Martin, and the promotion of John Hynes to Support Center Manager.
The newly created Product Manager position will be responsible for managing the introduction of new features and functions within XSellerator, as well as any future Quorum products. Ms. Martin, who has been with Quorum since 2003, will be responsible for Quorum's business analyst team and oversee all software version from conception and analysis, through testing and general release. Formation of this new function is key to Quorum's strategic plans for XSellerator to remain a leader in DMS technology and was driven largely by the demand to integrate with additional automotive manufacturers.
John Hynes has been promoted from Call Centre Supervisor, to Support Manager, the position vacated by Ms. Martin. John has been with Quorum since 2006, originally joining as a part of the support team, later being promoted to Team Lead, then his most recent role as Supervisor. He will now oversee all Quorum customer support operations.
Quorum also announced the adoption an incentive award plan (the "Incentive Plan") which authorized the Board of Directors of Quorum to grant Incentive Awards to persons who are our directors, officers, employees, consultants or other service providers. As of the date of this release, 90,000 Restricted Stock Units were issued to Maury Marks, Mark Allen, Dan Ichelson and Marilyn Bown.
Quorum is a North American company focused on developing, marketing, implementing and supporting its XSellerator product for GM, Chrysler, Hyundai, KIA, Nissan, Subaru, NAPA and Bumper to Bumper dealerships. XSellerator is a dealership and customer management software product that automates, integrates and streamlines every process across departments in a dealership. One of the select North American suppliers under General Motors' DTAP programs, Quorum is one of largest DMS provider for GM's Canadian dealerships with 25% of the market. Quorum is a Microsoft Partner in both Canada and the United States. Quorum Information Technologies Inc. is traded on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX-V) under the symbol QIS. For additional information please go to www.QuorumDMS.com.
The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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