In this role, Jan will be responsible for leading Quorum’s information technology and security organisation to ensure the needs of both internal and external customers are met.
Quorum Software (Quorum), a global software leader dedicated to the energy industry, today announced that Jan Manning has been named Chief Information Officer. In this role, she will be responsible for leading Quorum’s information technology and security organisation to ensure the needs of both internal and external customers are met.
“As Quorum continues to grow, scaling our IT, cloud operations, and security organisation remains a top priority to support our customers and internal systems,” said Paul Langenbahn, CEO of Quorum Software. “Jan has extensive experience building and leading strategic initiatives and teams within information technology, and I’m confident that she will serve Quorum well in driving our cloud-first strategy and overall goal of connecting people, workflows, and systems across the energy ecosystem.”
Prior to joining Quorum, Manning served as Chief Information Officer at several other reputable software and technology companies, including Forescout Technologies, Inc., DATASCAN, and Gemalto. As CIO of these companies, her duties included implementing corporate application and infrastructure standards and eliminating technology inefficiencies, building proactive customer managed services teams, overseeing IT operations and security, leading strategic planning and vendor negotiations, and much more.
“There’s never been a more exciting time to be working in the technology sector and by leveraging the many capabilities of the cloud to unlock more efficient workflows and lay the foundation for long-term agility,” said Jan Manning, Chief Information Officer at Quorum Software. “I look forward to bringing my software experience and IT leadership to Quorum to assist them in achieving the accelerated results that can be experienced with technology today.”