Hamilton, Ontario, March 10, 2017 — QReserve is proud to announce their acceptance into the Canadian Digital Media Network’s (CDMN) Soft Landing program to further expand into international markets during the second quarter of 2017.
QReserve is riding on a strong year of growth with an 1,800% increase in registered users. QReserve will leverage the Soft Landing program to be physically present in the United Kingdom, which will increase their growing user base and strengthen engagement with university officials to further deploy QReserve’s platform.
“We are seeing tremendous enthusiasm from research groups within UK universities. We’re excited for this opportunity to visit in person to meet with our users, meet with university administrators, and begin stronger and more widespread rollouts of QReserve’s platform across the UK.”, says QReserve CEO, Dr. Brandon Aubie.
Given the high number of strong research focused universities within a geographically dense are, the United Kingdom is a key market for QReserve to focus on international expansion. QReserve’s laboratory management and promotion platform is currently deployed in laboratories across the UK including at the University of Sheffield, University College London, the University of Cambridge, the University of Exeter, the University of Hull, the University of Leeds, Northumbria University, the University of Glasgow, the University of Plymouth, and several other research focused organizations.
The CDMN Soft Landing program “helps mature startups and small- to medium-size enterprises (SMEs) from across Canada to grow their businesses through new revenues or investments in foreign markets.”
CDMN Soft Landing Press Release dated February 23, 2017
About QReserve Inc.
QReserve Inc., was founded in 2014 and offers state-of-the-art resource management tools that streamline resource access, improve utilization, decrease excess capacity, and report on critical capacity measurements that lead to revenue generation, investment justification, and capability promotion. QReserve aims to improve the visibility and transparency of public and private sector organizations by aligning resource owners with resource users. QReserve is located at the McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton, Ontario.