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Quorum Software announces new HR appointment

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Quorum Software (Quorum), the global software leader dedicated to the energy industry, has announced that Jemima Bowden has been named Executive Vice President of Human Resources. In this role, she will be responsible for leading Quorum’s global people team.

“Between the merger with Aucerna and the acquisition of TietoEVRY’s Oil and Gas software business, this year brought dramatic growth to Quorum from the products we develop and deliver to the people who represent our company,” said Gene Austin, CEO of Quorum Software. “Together, the combined Quorum now offers a dynamic global network of employees who support the energy industry with end-to-end software solutions at scale Jemima has extensive human capital and operational leadership experience in the technology sector that will help to strengthen Quorum’s company culture to foster engagement and collaboration across geographies.”

Most recently, Bowden served as the Senior Vice President of People & Talent at Bazaarvoice, a US$250 million SaaS company focused on consumer-generated content solutions for leading retail brands, and that repeatedly won awards for its culture. Before Bazaarvoice, she led operations and planning teams in the telecom sector at Avaya and Lucent Technologies. She has an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of the Arts in European business and languages from the University of Central Lancashire, UK.

“At Quorum, people are our most critical asset, and we’re proud to employ more than 1300 employees working from 20 different countries, providing exceptional service to customers throughout the world,” said Jemima Bowden, Executive Vice President of Human Resources of Quorum Software. “As we continue to grow, I’m most passionate about recruiting, retaining and developing talent who will bring our vision, mission and values to life.”

Earlier this year, Quorum merged with Aucerna, a global provider of integrated planning, execution and reserves software for the energy industry. Operating as Quorum Software, the combined company acquired TietoEVRY’s Oil and Gas software business, including flagship solutions Energy Components and DaWinci. Together, the company now serves more than 1800 energy customers across 55 countries.

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