Hotel management software company to create 45 new jobs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Quore announced today that it will expand its Franklin operations. The hotel management software company will create 45 new jobs and invest approximately $780,000 in Williamson County.

“Tennessee prides itself on being the perfect location for companies not only seeking to locate new operations, but also for companies looking to expand,” Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said. “I appreciate Quore on its decision to expand in Williamson County and create more than 40 jobs, which will double the company’s current employment in Tennessee.”

“I congratulate Quore on its decision to expand in Franklin,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “In 2018 alone, more than 800 new jobs were created in Williamson County and I appreciate Quore for creating even more high-quality jobs for the citizens of Franklin. I thank Quore for its continued investment in our state and look forward to seeing this company continue to succeed in Tennessee.”

Headquartered in Franklin, Quore is the hospitality industry’s market leader of hotel management software. With software used by more than half of the top 100 highest-earning hotel management companies in the U.S., Quore offers cloud-based software to hotels to help efficiently run their day-to-day operations including staff communications, housekeeping, service recovery and other hotel operations.

“Quore is incredibly proud to expand its operations and move into its new Franklin facility. We have been thrilled with the level of support from the State of Tennessee,” Quore Founder and CEO Scott Schaedle said. “We are an industry-leader in hospitality operations software and related technologies, and our investment in this 26,000-square-foot facility affords us the opportunity to scale our operations in a way that we could only imagine previously. We eagerly look forward to furthering our presence in the greater Nashville community by adding well-deserved, quality careers and creating a lasting, positive impact.”

With this expansion, Quore will hire more employees at its Franklin location to keep up with growing demand and will occupy a new facility in Williamson County.

The City of Franklin, Williamson County officials and the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce also supported Quore’s expansion in Williamson County.

Franklin and Williamson County are represented by Speaker Glen Casada (R – Franklin), Sen. Jack Johnson (R – Franklin), Rep. Brandon Ogles (R – Franklin) and Rep. Sam Whitson (R – Franklin) in the Tennessee General Assembly.

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