With a U.S. headquarters in Bridgewater, New Jersey, Kim Technologies is expanding its reach into the Southeast sector with a new office in Atlanta.
The company offers businesses a no-code platform that automates document generation, assembly and workflow. This expansion follows the launch of its Kim Document solution.
Kim serves companies across the legal, financial services, professional services, pharmaceutical and telecommunication sectors, including Fortune 500 enterprises. Its SaaS product helps teams transform Microsoft Word documents — like checklists, compliance records and contracts — into web applications that can be shared within and outside of their organization.
Kim is expanding with a new office in Midtown’s Technology Square. Attracted to the city’s broad talent pool and bustling tech scene, the move to Atlanta was a no-brainer. Additionally, the city shows promise of ample customer opportunities, according to Kim’s founder and CTO Richard Yawn.
“Although we have a well-developed, flexible and remote working model, earlier this year we identified the need for an additional U.S. office to support our existing and new customers,” Karl Chapman, director of Kim, said in a statement. “Having looked at several locations, it proved a simple decision to select Atlanta. The talent pool combined with the technology tradition built around the Georgia Institute of Technology and its tech startup and growth incubator ATDC (Advanced Technology Design Center) were decisive.”
Kim is working to build out its team as it fuels further growth. Currently, it’s in the midst of recruiting talent for its new office, and plans to have 10 people based in Atlanta by the end of March, Yawn told Built In via email. The company is looking to hire across key roles within business development, customer success, customer tech support and software development.