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FAST Appoints Kimberlee Ho as Chief Human Capital Management Officer

ISELIN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

FAST, a leading software provider for the life and annuity industry, announced today the appointment of Kimberlee Ho as Chief Human Capital Management Officer, demonstrating its focus on attracting, growing and retaining talent to drive innovation.

Kim reports to FAST’s CEO, Tom Famularo, and is charged with recruiting and cultivating the best talent, as well as expanding and enhancing a culture where employees are highly valued as the company’s biggest assets.

Prior to joining FAST, Kim spent 15+ years with technology and pharmaceutical R&D companies, where she focused primarily on global talent management strategies and team effectiveness, helping “connect the dots” to anticipate, develop, and manage organizational and talent strategies to meet business needs. Kim is a focused, results-driven leader who is committed to making FAST a recognized employer of choice.

“Kim joins FAST’s executive team as a key business leader, focused on the best ways to enable our business to achieve our goals through our talent, organization and fostering an environment and culture where our people can grow,” said Tom Famularo, CEO of FAST. “Kim’s experience in organization, employee, and team development will help FAST move into the next phase of building a stronger and even more effective organization.”

“With its current market position and anticipated growth, FAST understands the criticality of focusing now more than ever on its people and culture to drive innovation and productivity,” said Kimberlee Ho. “I’m thrilled to enable FAST to accelerate their evolution in this space for the benefit of our employees and ultimately, our customers.”

About FAST

FAST, which stands for "Flexible Architecture, Simplified Technology,” is a privately-held company located in Iselin, NJ. FAST focuses on solving the challenges our financial services and insurance clients face as they seek to modernize their systems environments or completely replace legacy systems. Visit: www.fasttechnology.com

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