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Meet the Quaversal team: Josiah Richard

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Meet the Quaversal team: Josiah Richard Josiah is a US Navy vet who held responsibilities as a naval aircrewman and rescue swimmer. He joins Quaversal as an account executive, bringing a skillset of relationship-building and problem-solving he has accrued throughout his military service and his professional career in automotive sales. What attracted you to Quaversal? […]

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The quaquaversal and the name ‘Quaversal’

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The quaquaversal and the name ‘Quaversal’ Not everyone knows that a quaquaversal is the center point of a compass, the position where you can move out in all directions from a single point. The names comes from the Latin quaqua versus meaning ‘turned wheresoever.’ When Paul Campbell, our CEO, founded Quaversal, he wanted a name […]

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WFH tip: create boundaries

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WFH tip: create boundaries Last week we started sharing a tip on working from home (click below).  Whatever your current situation, it’s imperative to have routines and some kind of structure. And to create a space to work when space has become a rare commodity. Boundaries are key. The definition of a boundary is anything that […]

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Our philosophy: Be better

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Quaversal was founded on a simple premise with significant implications: ‘Be Better.’ ‘Be better’ became our mission statement.  How can we be a better partner?  How can we help every single person using technology to be better?  How can we help teams to engage more, and to be better? How can we capture  our customers’ […]

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Consumption ≠ Adoption

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Consumption ≠ adoption FACT: You can consume something without adopting it, but you can’t adopt something without consuming it. It’s always bothered me that the conversation in technology continually revolves around the consumption of technology as a means to have widespread adoption.  Vendors, IT departments, and infrastructure teams mean well, but forced usage of technology […]