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Meet the Team: Caghan Standlee, Product Marketing Manager

People are important. We want you to meet ours. On this week's Meet the Team, we want to highlight our Product Marketing Manager, Caghan Standlee!
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Introduce yourself. What is your role at Quext?

I’m the Product Marketing Manager here at Quext! I aim to effectively communicate the features and benefits of Quext products, and work closely with our Sales team to ensure alignment and support.

What is your background?

I graduated from Texas Tech in 2016 with a BA in Advertising, and have been marketing in the technology realm since late 2017. My love for marketing started when I was tasked with designing packaging for the Food Science team in high school, and was later solidified when I became a part of TTU’s Ad Team my Junior Year.

What is your favorite thing about working for Quext?

Probably a cliche answer, but definitely the people. Everyone in this organization is so brilliant-minded and passionate about what they do, which makes coming to work so enjoyable. There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t learn something new. At the base level, we’re all just a bunch of individuals striving to make people’s lives better – and that’s pretty awesome.

What was the last thing you binged on Netflix?

Narcos! I know, i’m pretty late in the game.

At Quext we have one focus: designing intuitive, easy to install, and powerful solutions that help build safer, happier apartment communities. In other words, we only build the kind of innovative technology that we would want to use in our own properties. Whether it’s property-wide wifi solutions, digital AI chatbots, integrative apartment websites, or cutting-edge IoT, Quext delivers innovative property management solutions that benefit everyone from investors to residents. If you’re interested in learning more about how Quext technologies can enhance your apartment community, contact us today.

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