Qorus CEO Invited to Speak at Three Sessions at 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference

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Ray Meiring, CEO of Qorus Software, will be sharing insights on customer experience, digital marketing, and the importance of the channel at this year’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto.

It really is an honor to have been invited to share our experiences with the broader Microsoft partner community.

The much-anticipated 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference kicks off on July 10th in Toronto, Canada. The annual conference is designed to bring the best of the Microsoft partner community together. It offers valuable, practical insights from a range of Microsoft and partner speakers.

This year, Qorus CEO Ray Meiring has been invited to speak at three sessions:

  • Monday, July 11th: Customer Experience – The New Competitive Differentiator
  • Tuesday, July 12th: Transformation to Digital Marketing
  • Tuesday, July 12th: It Takes a Channel to Build a Business

“We have been on an incredible journey with Microsoft, both from a product development perspective and Go-To-Market,” explains Meiring, “so it really is an honor to be asked to share our experiences with the broader partner community.”

To see how Qorus fits into the Microsoft community, watch this short video: https://youtu.be/ivffovTU4t0

About Qorus

Qorus runs on Microsoft Azure and integrates with Office 365 to enhance document productivity.

We help organizations create business critical documents more efficiently and accurately. Our software is incredibly powerful but highly intuitive and very easy to use. Even the most non-technical users can quickly create accurate, personalized and compliant documents like proposals, contracts, RFPs, pitches, and reports.

Our award winning Customer Success team ensures our customers across all industries get the most value from our software.

Qorus Software has offices in Seattle, London and Cape Town.

Business critical documents are at the heart of your success... and so is Qorus.


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