David Quattrone, Chief Technology Officer
David Quattrone has been with Cvent since the company's founding, bringing a wealth of expertise in designing and developing large-scale Internet applications. David designed and supervised the development of Cvent's original beta product as well as all of Cvent's subsequent product releases, upgrades and redesigns.
Prior to co-founding Cvent, David worked at First Consulting Group, a leading provider of information-based consulting, integration, and management services. There, David specialized in large-scale custom Internet/Intranet application design and development. David's clients included BlueCross/BlueShield Association, United States Postal Service, and MCI. He was also a Consultant with E.J. Bell Systems, a software integration and application development firm, where he helped found the company's Internet/Intranet development practice. Prior to E.J. Bell Systems, David co-founded Network Resources Group, a New York based firm specializing in Internet software integration and application development. At Network Resources Group, David created the Online Gaming Review, an online publication subsequently acquired by Air Age publishing.
David graduated from the University of Pennsylvania's Management and Technology program, earning a BS in Electrical Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School of Business, with concentrations in Strategic Management and Finance. David received his MBA from the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business (summa cum laude).
- MBA: University of Maryland – Robert H. Smith School of Business
- BS: University of Pennsylvania – School of Engineering and Applied Science
- BS: University of Pennsylvania – Wharton School
- Cvent Supplier Network Named 2011 CODiE Award Finalist for Best Business Leads & Directory Service
- Cvent Wins Coveted American Business Award for Management Team of the Year
- Washington Business Journal Recognizes Cvent as One of the "Best Places to Work" in Greater Washington