QuoLab Technologies, provider of a data-centric security operations platform (SOP), today announced that it has demonstrated impressive growth in its first year of operation amid several, external world challenges. While much of this year focused on the seismic shifts at the industry level as businesses dealt with the fallout from COVID-19, many smaller businesses, including QuoLab, experienced challenges in getting in front of new clients, forcing them to pivot.
QuoLab announced its launch at the beginning of the year at RSA Conference in San Francisco, where it made new connections and contacts that were going to set them up for success for the rest of the year and beyond. However, this would be the last big, in-person event where QuoLab could network with folks in the industry. As a result, the company pivoted and developed new strategies for sales and marketing outreach to continue driving business. LinkedIn, for example, was an important tool that QuoLab leveraged, allowing for more one-on-one meetings with key decision makers and others who could be internal champions in helping introduce their product.
Adapting to the market conditions, QuoLab created new opportunities for business with the launch of its Partner Program in June. This was a key component in helping QuoLab build strong relationships necessary to broaden its reach around the world as well as increase collaboration and information sharing, with partnership announcements that included C5 Capital in the local Mid-Atlantic and Federal markets, Axcelerate in the APAC market, and QGroup in the European market. These partnerships reflect the need that organizations all over the world have for a platform that delivers on the core capabilities of comprehensive threat management, unified threat monitoring, and integrated threat hunting. The QuoLab SOP unifies processes, people and technology in a data-centric environment to address today’s cyber atrophy problem.
“Our team’s persistence and ability to adapt quickly has led to some amazing success this year. Partnering with organizations all over the world has been a critical step in helping us get our message out to a wider audience as well as develop mutually beneficial relationships,” said Dan Young, CEO of QuoLab. “We have been able to facilitate the sharing of diverse strengths between parties, elevating capabilities and growing the information sharing of each member of this network so they are empowered to better address the barriers that had previously been hindering success.”
Given this rapid expansion into new markets and territories, the QuoLab team also had to grow. Several new key hires have been added, including three software developers, two full-time sales team members, as well as the introduction of QuoLab’s new CFO, Allan Meseroll, who was formally a business development representative for the company. This now brings the QuoLab team to 14, with the hope of growing to 20 employees during 2021. QuoLab’s Mid-Atlantic presence has been the main focus, where the company has been working out of the Maryland Innovation Center in Columbia, Md. This not only is a great space for the team to meet and collaborate, but they have also been able to make new connections with other businesses who are also based in the Center.
To learn more about QuoLab Technologies, please visit: https://quolab.com/.
About QuoLab Technologies
QuoLab Technologies empowers security professionals to analyze, investigate and respond to threats within an integrated ecosystem. The collaborative, data-centric platform merges deep analytics and intuitive workflows, enabling human operators to efficiently deliver on their mission. The company believes that increased focus on cooperation, combined with scalable, distributed data handling and processing techniques is the key to gaining a decisive advantage in the ever-evolving security operations space.