Quantum Computing Inc. Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

LEESBURG, Virginia – June 22, 2023 – Quantum Computing Inc. (“QCi” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: QUBT), a first-to-market nanophotonic-based quantum technology company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Boehmler as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).  Mr. Boehmler brings extensive financial expertise and a strong background in strategic financial management to QCi.  Mr. Boehmler succeeds Chris Roberts, who, in addition to the CFO role, developed and managed the Company’s legal and human resource functions.  Mr. Roberts has successfully transitioned the human resource management responsibilities to the Company’s recently-hired human resource director and, as a senior member of the executive team, is continuing in the role of General Counsel and a strategic advisor to the Company as a consultant.  With a background in corporate law, government contracts and litigation, Mr. Roberts has extensive practical experience to assist the Company.  Mr. Roberts began his legal career in New York City and received his JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, MS (Management) from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and BS (Electrical Engineering) from MIT.    

Mr. Boehmler, the Company’s newly appointed CFO, has over 20 years of financial expertise, including investment banking, planning & analysis, accounting operations, financial and SEC reporting, systems integrations and financial risks & controls.  Prior to joining QCi in early 2022 as the Company’s Controller, Mr. Boehmler had started his career at Credit Suisse and Booz Allen Hamilton supporting financial institutions and government clients, respectively.   He went on to hold various senior financial positions at technology companies and financial institutions, including Bridgewater Associates, LP and Intelsat, where he successfully drove financial strategy and managed complex financial operations in high-demand environments.  As CFO, Mr. Boehmler will assume a crucial role in overseeing the Company’s financial operations, strategy, and planning as QCi enters material commercialization.  He will be responsible for managing the Company’s financial systems, overseeing SEC reporting and investor relations, while also collaborating closely with the executive team to drive strategic initiatives and optimize cost-effective controls while supporting QCi’s anticipated growth.  Mr. Boehmler received his BA (Economics) from the University of Chicago. 

“Chris Roberts has played a key role in the formation and growth of QCi and has worked with me as a close partner throughout our start-up phase.  His dedication, tireless commitment and contributions to the Company have enabled us to evolve to where we are today, and we are grateful for his leadership and mentorship of the next generation of Company leaders,” commented Robert Liscouski, CEO of Quantum Computing Inc. 

Liscouski continued, “Importantly, I officially welcome Chris Boehmler to the QCi officer ranks.   Over the past year, Chris has not only surpassed our high expectations for meticulous financial acumen, but he has also proven to be a tireless study of our technology, our products, and future applications.  Chris’ impressive background and proven track record in financial leadership, combined with his deep understanding of our company and its technology, will be instrumental in guiding QCi’s financial growth and driving shareholder value within the rapidly emerging quantum computing landscape.” 

For additional information on the company’s suite of solutions, please visit our website or contact our team directly. 

About Quantum Computing Inc. (QCi) 

 Quantum Computing Inc. is a quantum hardware and software company on a mission to accelerate the value of quantum computing for real-world business solutions, delivering the future of quantum computing, today. The company provides accessible and affordable solutions with real-world industrial applications, using nanophotonic-based quantum entropy that can be used anywhere and with little to no training, operates at normal room temperatures, low power and is not burdened with unique environmental requirements. QCi is competitively advantaged delivering its quantum solutions at greater speed, accuracy, and security at less cost. QCi’s core nanophotonic-based technology is applicable to both quantum computing as well as quantum sensing and imaging solutions, providing QCi with a unique position in the marketplace. QCi’s core entropy computing capability, the Dirac series, delivers solutions for both binary and integer-based optimization problems using over 11,000 qubits for binary problems and over 1000 (n=64) qubits for integer-based problems, each of which are the highest number of variables and problem size available in quantum computing today. Using the Company’s core quantum methodologies, QCi has developed specific quantum applications for AI, cybersecurity and remote sensing, including its Reservoir Photonic Computer series, reprogrammable and non-repeatable Quantum Random Number Generator and LiDAR products.  For more information about QCi, visit www.quantumcomputinginc.com

About Qi Solutions, Inc. (QiS) 

Qi Solutions, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantum Computing Inc., is a supplier of quantum technology solutions and services to the government and defense industries. With a team of qualified and cleared staff, QiS delivers a range of solutions from entropy quantum computing to quantum communications and sensing, backed by expertise in logistics, manufacturing, R&D and training. The company is exclusively focused on delivering tailored solutions for partners in various government departments and agencies. 

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