Chairman of the Board
Doug Garn is a member of numerous board of directors as a member of the venture capital firm, Toba Capital. Garn previously served as the CEO and President of Quest Software, acquired by Dell in 2012, for nearly a decade. Garn held numerous management positions in sales, marketing and across the business at Quest where he was instrumental in driving fast growth within the early days fo the $20 million company.
He then continued to help Quest develop to over $850 million, with more than 3,800 employees, leading up to, and during his tenure as CEO. Prior to Quest Software, Garn held executive roles at Peregrine Systems, Inc., Syntax Inc, and at BMC. He holds a bachelor's degree in Marketing from the University of Southern California.
Chief Executive Officer
At Quorum, Jim is overall responsible to lead our mission-critical Operations functions including: Finance & Accounting, Customer Support, Sales Process Ops and Order Fullfillent. He is amongst our most passionate executives for the implementation continuous improvement processes and steadfast advocacy for all things important to our Customers' end-to-end experience at Quorum.
Throughout his growing and impressive career, Jim has held multiple, successful leadership roles in Operations across a number of customer-centric industries within challenging, high-growth business environments across automotive, software, and life sciences industries. Jim's previous roles include Sales Operations Management, Channel Operations and Customer Support, Quota and Compensation Planning and Administration, Sales Enablement, Products and Pricing, CRM Management (Salesforce.com and Siebel), Product Fulfillment and Entitlement, Customer Care, M&A, Process Improvement and more. Jim is a proud graduate of both the United State Air Force Academy and Purdue University.
Chief Technology Officer
As CTO, Marc is responsible for all of Quorum engineering. He has over 20 years of experience in technology and academia. Prior to cofounding Quorum® (Quorum Technology Inc.), Marc was the head of Software Development at Sandpiper Networks where he led the team that created the internet’s first Content Delivery Network.
Through mergers and acquisitions, Marc continued to lead software development at Digital Island, Exodus, and Cable & Wireless. Prior to Sandpiper, Marc cofounded several successful software startups. His diverse experience has ranged from developing embedded code for real time micro controllers to operating system development on the world’s fastest supercomputers to products for distributed computing.
VP of Product and Technical Operations
Gabe is responsible for Product Direction and roadmap, as well as the Quorum Cloud and Technical Infrastructure. For the last 6 years Gabe has been with Quorum in several roles from operations, to manufacturing, and technical support. In addition, Gabe was instrumental in opening our operations in the UK, Europe, and the rest of the world.
He has been working in IT for over 20 years, with the last 10 in leadership positions. In previous roles, he specialized in full IT and DR services for financial institutions across the US.