(Photo via @QuorumAnalytics on Twitter)
Quorum is expanding to 11 more countries with its seventh and latest product, Quorum International. The new product allows global public affairs teams to gather intelligence, identify trends and communicate with key stakeholders, a press release states.
🌍 ANNOUNCEMENT: We are excited to announce the launch of Quorum International, bringing Quorum to 11 new countries 🌍
Learn more: https://t.co/RVn12zoGbY
— Quorum (@QuorumAnalytics) June 6, 2019
Quorum was Technical.ly DC’s #1 startup to watch in 2017, and the company has continued to grow since then. The Washington, D.C.-based startup curates customer relationship management (CRM) software that tracks what’s happening in government. This product expansion comes two years after Quorum made its first expansion outside of the U.S. with Quorum EU in 2017.
These are the 11 countries that make up Quorum International: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Spain and the United Kingdom.
“Our mission is to build exceptional software for public affairs professionals, and that extends beyond the US and EU,” Cofounder and CEO Alex Wirth said in a press release. “If your public affairs team is spread around the world, it should have access to exceptional software to work better together.”
With this new product, users will gain access to a database of contacts for all elected officials and high-level appointees, workflow tools to communicate with these officials and stakeholders and a searchable database of their social media posts.
“Quorum International addresses the challenges of communication and collaboration for organizations working across a variety of international markets,” the company’s CTO Jonathan Marks said in a statement. “With one system to monitor and manage your organization’s issues around the world, your team can be more efficient and effective.”
At this time, the company also reports that it is still completely bootstrapped, while employing 80 people between its D.C. and Brussels offices. Wirth said in a press release that Quorum decided to expand after the company’s U.S. and EU customers expressed that they wanted a solution to expand their use of its systems to their colleagues around the world.-30-
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