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Excuse us while we get a bit excited.
Quorso has only gone and got itself on the Startups 100 2019 list. And we’re in outstanding company. There are some great names on the list, from sectors as diverse as tech, retail, hospitality, education and legal.
Previous winners of Startups 100 include Deliveroo and Zoopla. And they went on to do, you know, ‘OK’!
Startups 100 is now in its 11th year and has become an annual fixture in the UK entrepreneurs’ calendars. The list highlights the startups, fireballs and exciting new brands on a mission to change their industries for the better.
That’s exactly what we want to do at Quorso.
Our mission is to give the heroes on the frontline a helping hand. That means the insights and data they need to take action, make informed decisions and share best practice. All via a user-friendly app, not a confusing analytics dashboard.
Meanwhile, senior executives get a granular overview of every action their teams are undertaking in every business location. It’s the insights they need to be agile, change strategy and improve performance.
But, it’s crucial that, as more gongs and accolades get awarded, we don’t ever lose sight of who we’re dealing with. It’s why we believe technology is for people, not instead of them. We just want to make people more brilliant at what they do.
We’re very happy that Startups thinks that’s worth a great big pat on the back.
We’re going to celebrate with a Deliveroo order.
Onwards to greatness!