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Kim expands technical knowledge and depth with the addition of Suman Karamched in the Atlanta office

Atlanta, November 15 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 Suman Karamched as Associate Director of Software Development.

Suman will be based out of the newly opened Atlanta office and will be working closely with our CTO, Richard Yawn.

Richard Yawn, CTO of Kim said, "We are really pleased to have Suman join Kim in our new Atlanta location. As we expand rapidly, we are investing in all our teams to make sure that we can manage growth sustainably. This new role is key to our strategy and strengthens our IT capability materially. We look forward to strengthening our team further."

Domain expertise and proven track record
Suman brings more than twenty years of expertise in the technical field to this newly created role and is responsible for helping to drive the Kim products forward. Suman started his career as a developer and has a proven track record of building strong teams. Prior to joining Kim, Suman ran product development teams at T-Mobile, Charter Communications and before that, he worked at the multinational conglomerate corporation, Philips. Suman loves walking with his two dogs and is a keen environmentalist and gardener, something he is keen to pass on to his children.

“When I first met Richard Yawn and after our initial conversations, I was super excited as I knew I would be able to join the organization and make a difference. Having said that, we are already working on our first release which should happen this week. I’m excited to be here and I can’t wait to see what we can achieve with the Kim technology stack,” said Suman Karamched, Associate Director of software development at Kim.

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