US & UK: No-code platform Kim hires associate director of software development and senior implementation consultant

No-code SaaS document generation and workflow platform Kim continues to grow with the hire of Suman Karamched as associate director of software development in its new Atlanta office, a week after it announced the hire of Tegan Phillips as a London-based senior implementation consultant. Karamched will be working closely with Kim’s CTO Richard Yawn, who has relocated to Atlanta.

Prior to joining Kim, Suman ran product development teams at Spectrum and Philips. He fills a newly-created role to drive the Kim product line forward. Having established strong foundations with blue chip Fortune 500 companies, Kim, founded in 2013 by director Karl Chapman, is now expanding out from its enterprise roots to offer SaaS product Kim Document as a standalone offering to small and medium sized businesses.

Yawn said: “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.”

Phillips, meanwhile, started her career in legal finance as a documentation negotiator within the global markets legal teams at several leading investment banks and asset managers in London. Prior to joining Kim Technologies, she was responsible for the implementation and management of Kim Enterprise during her four-year tenure at an as yet undisclosed financial services organization. 

Phillips said: “For the last seven years, I have focused on and had a strong interest in the growing legal technology sector. As a result, I have gained a vast amount of experience working within the legal field, enabling me to understand and effectively interpret the increasing needs of the people with whom I have worked. I’m excited about this next chapter in my journey and confident that the four years of experience I have implementing Kim Enterprise will be a big asset to the team.” 

These appointments follow the hire of Sam Jefferies and Melody Easton from Fliplet, and the opening of Atlanta and a new presence in Cancun.