QFloors marks growth with new offices, employees

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QFloors president/CEO Chad Ogden, left, and CFO Trent Ogden

Salt Lake City — The past few months have been a time of unparalleled growth for Flooring Technologies (dba QFloors), with the addition of new employees in the sales, support, development, and marketing departments, and the move to a new larger office space.

The flooring software company promoted sales rep Paul Jolley to the position of national director of sales, and Brett Fabrizio to territory sales manager. Jann Cox, Justin Thompson, and Genette Sigler joined the support staff, while Licia Bailey and Aerin Ogden are now assisting in development and marketing, respectively.

Chad Ogden, president/CEO, attributes QFloors’ pronounced growth to the improvement in the economy augmented by the impact of loyal customers, word-of-mouth advertising, and QFloors’ recently expanded tools for larger companies and the distribution and commercial markets.

“In the past six months, we’ve expanded all areas of QFloors—support, development, sales, marketing—as well as literally expanded with the move to our new offices,” Ogden said. “We’ve poured a lot of money into infrastructure and employees. This is in direct response to our customers’ desires to support and expand QFloors technology into the future. It’s a vote of confidence from the industry that QFloors is a viable solution for flooring businesses – now and into the future.”

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