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Quore Reactivation Rollout—A Phased Approach to Hospitality’s New Normal


June 8th, 2020

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Just as hotels are adjusting protocols and cautiously beginning to open guestrooms once more, Quore is adjusting our subscription fees to resume operating at full capacity. As the world opens back up, we’re all beginning to find our footing in this shifting hospitality landscape. But we’re in this together! And, as such, Quore is working with customers through the remainder of 2020 to gradually phase out customer discounts and return to a new normal. 

First and foremost, we want to continue to support our customers with discounted fees and transparency for budgetary planning. As part of this, we’ve extended our 50% discount through June and July of 2020. After July, the discount will be gradually reduced by 10% each month through the end of the year. Current customers will automatically see an adjustment on their invoice each month, and new and returning customers who sign up by October will also receive the tiered discounted fees.

Here’s how it works: 

Through June and July, customers will continue to receive a 50% discount. Then, in August, the discount will be reduced to 40% for the month. 

After that, we’ll move to a 30% customer discount for the month of September, followed by 20% in October and 10% in November. 

Finally, in December we aim to have our customers back on their regular contracted rates. 

If you’re a new customer and want to sign up, or if you previously suspended your account and you’re ready to come back, visit this page

As always, if you have any questions, comments or concerns, you can reach out to your sales representative or give our dedicated Success Team a call at 1-877-974-9774 or an email at support@quore.com. Thank you for working with us through everything that’s going on around the world right now—we couldn’t do what we do without our customers, and we can’t wait to get back to creating smarter teams and happier guests with all of you. 


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