CALGARY, Alberta, Aug. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Quorum Information Technologies Inc. (TSX Venture: QIS) (Quorum) announces the completion of its Azure Virtual Desktop pilot and production readiness for deployment of its XSellerator Dealership Management System (DMS) to automotive dealership customers. Leveraging the Microsoft Azure cloud platform eliminates the need for on-premise servers or a Quorum-hosted solution.
“Quorum is now actively marketing and selling the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to existing and prospective XSellerator DMS customers,” said Maury Marks, Quorum’s President and CEO. “This is a significant opportunity for our dealerships, as we can now leverage the scalability, security and enterprise-grade reliability of Azure.”
About Quorum Information Technologies Inc.
Quorum is a North American company focused on developing, marketing, implementing and supporting its portfolio of software and services for automotive dealerships that includes:
- XSellerator, a Dealership Management System (DMS) that automates, integrates and streamlines key processes across departments in a dealership, and emphasizes revenue generation and customer satisfaction.
- DealerMine CRM, a sales and service Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system and set of Business Development Centre services that drives revenue into the critical sales and service departments in a dealership.
- Autovance, a modern retailing platform that helps dealerships attract more business through Digital Retailing, improve in-store profits and closing rates through its desking tool and maximize their efficiency and CSI through Autovance’s F&I menu solutions.
- Advantage, a full showroom system for independent dealerships and a management system that also includes in-house leasing, inventory management and accounting.
Quorum Information Technologies Inc. is traded on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX-V) under the symbol QIS.
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