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Quorum's First Dealership Customer Conference is a Success!
XSellerator (TM) DMS Conference Exceeded Attendee Expectation

CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/14/12 -- Quorum Information Technologies (Quorum) (TSX VENTURE:QIS) announced today that its first Customer Conference held in last November in Toronto, Ontario, exceeded expectations of all customer and partner attendees. The exciting conference was aimed at facilitating Quorum's customers' knowledge, training and input into the company's premier dealership and customer management system, XSellerator(TM). The conference encouraged networking among users, partners and Quorum personnel.

Held November 27th and 28th at the Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport, the two day event was packed with educational workshops focused exclusively on topics that can help dealerships use the Quorum DMS to make more money, create efficiencies and further satisfy their customers. Sessions included hard-hitting content such as "Communicator: Increasing CSI by Communicating with Your Customers... on Their Terms", "Support & Training: Tools and Methods to Get Help and Training When You Need it", as well as partner sessions such as "50 Best Practice Campaigns to Get the Most Out of Your CRM" (presented by DealerSocket). All sessions were interactive, and produced lively discussions and participation from attendees.

Among the significant benefits to conference attendees were the networking opportunities with other Quorum customers, and Quorum's partners and executive management - which can only be achieved through such in-person sessions. The conference survey results were overwhelmingly positive. 100% of the attendees stated that the conference exceeded their expectations. Rob MacLachlan, VP Finance, Finch Auto Group, ON, stated, "Now that I know what to expect, I would bring a couple of key department managers to next year's conference."

"We feel that our first conference was a resounding success and plan to continue to hold them. In fact, we are already looking at potentially holding one in the west in the Spring of 2013," remarked Maury Marks, President and CEO of Quorum Information Technologies.

About Quorum

Quorum is a North American company focused on developing, marketing, implementing and supporting its XSellerator product for GM, Isuzu, Chrysler, Hyundai, KIA, Nissan, Subaru, NAPA and Bumper to Bumper dealerships. XSellerator is a dealership and customer management software product that automates, integrates and streamlines every process across departments in a dealership. One of the select North American suppliers under General Motors' IDMS program, Quorum supports 25% of GM's Canadian Dealerships. Quorum is a Microsoft Partner in both Canada and the United States. Quorum Information Technologies Inc. is traded on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX-V) under the symbol QIS. For additional information please go to

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Quorum Information Technologies
Mark Allen

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