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Samantha Jefferies joins Kim to build out traction in the legal, compliance and contract management markets

London, 8 September 2022: Kim, the no-code, SaaS, patent protected, document generation, assembly and workflow automation platform, which is proven with Fortune 500 organizations in a range of sectors including legal, financial services, professional services and pharmaceuticals and telecoms, has appointed Samantha Jefferies as VP of Business Development.

This follows the recent announcement that Kim has opened a second US office in Atlanta and
appointed Melody Easton as VP Marketing.

Karl Chapman, CEO of Kim said “We are delighted that Sam joins us in this newly created role. Kim has proven its product with highly complex and demanding Fortune 500 companies and recently productized its document generation solution for organizations of all sizes. Sam, working with our recently appointed VP of Marketing, will help us take Kim to the compliance, legal, accounting and contract management markets. This is our latest investment in building the core Kim team, across all disciplines, to accelerate growth in 2023 and beyond."

About Sam
Sam has a demonstrable track-record of more than 20-years in building and managing high performing and effective sales teams. Prior to joining Kim she worked for leading technology companies such as NEC Display Solutions, DocsCorp, Litera and most recently Fliplet. Sam loves spending time working with customers to help them solve their problems.

Sam Jefferies of Kim said “I’m really pleased to join Kim at this key moment in its history. Kim is
already proven at the Enterprise level with an amazing client base that uses its technology as a full Global Legal Operations and Contract Lifecycle Management Platform."

"After reviewing Kim’s new Product tier, I became excited about how, at a no-regrets price point, it can remove the complexity of automating contracts, letters, forms, checklists and compliance records. The fact there is no need for developers or coding, and it is integrated into MS Teams, means there are numerous use cases. The way Kim deals with documents is innovative, and patent protected, and this is vital as customers search for more intuitive ways to deal with their document templates."

"I can really see Kim helping clients to automate the way they collect, analyze, report and act on
compliance data, thus enhancing the User (colleague and customer) experience."

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