AutoIMS created a new position on its leadership team but didn’t have to go far to find the professional for the role, choosing one of the first employees.
On Tuesday, AutoIMS appointed Robert Williams as its chief technology officer. In his new role, Williams takes on comprehensive responsibility for the entire technology team, including development, database, systems administration, and testing.
The company explained the promotion recognizes Williams’s ability to help shape short- and long-term strategy while also managing a diverse and highly-skilled technology team.
Prior to this appointment, Williams served as the chief software architect for the company, managing development work and transforming remarketing industry challenges into meaningful technology solutions. Williams is credited for designing and overseeing the development of most software and features benefitting AutoIMS clients today.
“Robert’s 20 years of success demonstrates a legacy of growth, innovation and passion,” AutoIMS chief executive officer Venkat Krishnamoorthy said. “Robert enjoys working with our clients to solve problems and believes passionately that we can help many more people do their best work by removing technological barriers.”
Asked about his goals in his new role, Williams said, “I want to work with Venkat and our entire team to move AutoIMS strongly and stably into the coming decade. We’ll continue to deliver reliable processes, new features, and dependable client support, striving to be the provider of choice for our industry.”