Quorum Donates Land Management Software to the Texas Tech University Rawls College of BusinessJune 03, 2020
Partnership provides students interested in energy careers experiential learning as part of the Energy Commerce program
Quorum Software and its employees give back to Red Raider Nation by supporting future land professionals.
HOUSTON, June 3, 2020 – Quorum Software (Quorum), the leader in digital transformation for the oil and gas industry, recently donated student licenses of its myQuorum Land Management Software to the Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business. This partnership provides students interested in energy career opportunities experiential learning as part of the Energy Commerce program. myQuorum Land Management Software serves as the foundation for a new course, Energy Systems, that teaches the practical application of concepts in Petroleum Land Management. The course first launched in the spring semester of 2020.
“Not only do we see the digital transformation taking place in Oil and Gas, but we are also experiencing a generational shift as Generation Z enters the workforce,” said Olivier Thierry, CMO of Quorum Software. “The college class of 2020 grew up amidst a severely depressed economy and oil prices, and they enter the workforce during a global pandemic. As we enter a new normal that includes staying connected while working from home, the energy professionals of the future are in a unique position to embrace new technology-driven modes of work,” continued Thierry. “Quorum is uniquely positioned to help universities such as Texas Tech provide their students modern, web-based software for practical learning, whether that happens in a classroom or remotely.”
Led by assistant professor Jeremy Martin, J.D., Texas Tech began exploring land management software as an opportunity to enhance hands-on learning, a cornerstone of the Energy Commerce program. As oil and gas software evolves towards digital transformation, there is a clear opportunity for Quorum to collaborate with one of the leading energy education programs to gather feedback from the next generation of land professionals.
“Technology continues to advance, and I know from prior experience that software can make life easier in land management,” said Jeremy Martin, Texas Tech. “During my time working as a land professional in Oil and Gas, I had seen Quorum’s land software at times and really liked the ease of use and intuitiveness. I knew Quorum would be a great fit for our students, and that they have unique technology perspectives to share in return.”
myQuorum Land Management Software incorporates two decades of experience, market feedback, and best practices from 100+ implementations into a single, integrated solution for the energy industry. The industry-leading software supports companies of all sizes, including 80 percent of the largest oil and gas companies in the United States. It combines mobile lease acquisition, web-based lease management, and integrated GIS mapping in one solution. For more information on myQuorum Land, visit www.quorumsoftware.com/products/land-management.
About Quorum Software
Quorum Software offers an industry-leading portfolio of finance, operations, and accounting solutions that empower our customers to streamline operations that drive growth and profitability across the energy value chain. From supermajors to startups, from the wellhead to the city gate, energy businesses rely on Quorum. Designed for digital transformation, the myQuorum software platform delivers open standards, mobile-first design and cloud technologies to drive innovation. We’re helping visionary leaders transform their companies into modern energy workplaces. For more information, visit www.quorumsoftware.com.