Our company name, QuotaPath, reflects the idea that reaching goals is all about the journey rather than the destination. QuotaPath’s mission is to help companies build and scale high-performing, motivated growth teams. Our product is built on the belief that commissions should be streamlined, transparent, and simple to manage. Our culture is centered around serving our customers, building great experiences, and pushing each other to grow, learn, and enjoy the moments we create. Founded in 2018, QuotaPath is co-headquartered in Philadelphia, PA and Austin, TX.


AJ Bruno, Founder & CEO

Why is a healthy democracy important to achieving your company’s purpose?

At QuotaPath, our product is a reflection of our culture: it’s rooted in empathy, it’s always improving, and it promotes trust and understanding. There is so much talk about what makes great leaders and how we can learn from both their successes and failures. The leaders that I admire have always been able to make a group of people feel confident and comfortable with who they are and encourage them to use their voices. It isn’t the leader’s voice that is important, it is those who they lead. That’s the environment we are building at QuotaPath.

Why are voting rights important to your business?

Past generations fought for voting rights for all. We want to celebrate and honor that. We hope that we set an example for companies in Philadelphia, Austin, and beyond to join us in the movement. We encourage other companies to give employees the time, flexibility, and resources they need to vote. It’s important to us to foster a pro-voting environment at QuotaPath.

How do you encourage your employees to become more civically engaged?

Election Day has been a company-paid holiday at QuotaPath since day one. We provide employees with time to vote and share information on local issues, candidates, and details on early voting. In doing so, we aim to take out the intimidation and confusion by demystifying the voting process and even make it fun. QuotaPath is celebrating democracy and using our voice and influence to make a difference in this midterm election.

What are your company’s other projects to help support voters, protect elections, and overcome political divides?

We promote volunteer work, host company-matched fundraisers for voting rights organizations, and encourage the team to write and/or call their state senators on non-partisan issues, such as voting rights. Overall, we hope to create a space that fosters open discussions and knowledge sharing with each other.

Why did you decide to become a member of Business for America?

We believe that it’s everyone’s responsibility to participate, protect, and promote the democratic process. We want to set that example and expectation for our employees and customers.

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