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Quorum Software appoints Kyle Priest as Chief Marketing Officer

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Quorum Software (Quorum), the global software leader dedicated to the energy industry, has announced that Kyle Priest has been named Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer. In this role, he will be responsible for leading Quorum’s global marketing strategy to drive brand, demand and customer growth with energy companies worldwide.

“This year brought transformational growth for Quorum, and we are uniquely positioned to offer the energy industry end-to-end software solutions at global scale,” said Paul Langenbahn, President of Quorum Software. “Kyle has an extensive background leading go-to-market growth planning for technology companies that will help to guide Quorum and our customers in transforming the business of energy through technology.”

Most recently, Priest served as the Chief Growth Officer at FPX, a B2B Selling Cloud for manufacturers delivering configurable offerings across multiple verticals. Prior to FPX, he led global marketing as Chief Marketing Officer at Solera, a leader in data, applications and services for insurance and automotive customers. Priest also served as the General Manager & Senior Vice President at SapientRazorfish and founded The Priest Group, an outsourced CMO services company supporting high tech and digital businesses, which he later sold to Crown Partners.

“Quorum’s deep industry expertise and commitment to innovation position the company to help our customers grow and transform their operations,” said Kyle Priest, Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer of Quorum Software. “I’m excited by the opportunity to champion Quorum’s vision by communicating the full breadth and depth of our capabilities to customers, partners, and employees all over the world.”

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 then 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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