QFloors acquires Winsched Software business

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qfloorsSalt Lake City—Flooring industry software firm QFloors has announced the acquisition of Winsched Software Corp. of Monroe, Wash. QFloors CEO Chad Ogden and WinSched founder Mike Myhre jointly announced that on May 28 an agreement was signed, giving QFloors intellectual property rights to all WinSched products, and specifying that all sales and support would exclusively come through QFloors.
Winsched has been a long time partner of QFloors, collaborating on many third-party tools, including QSched, QReporter, QCutter, and Document Manager, according to Ogden. The WinSched products include labor scheduling, advanced reporting, document managing and cutting machine software specifically created for flooring stores.

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