OKLAHOMA CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Paycom Software, Inc. (“Paycom”) (NYSE: PAYC), a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software, today announced the departure of William X. Kerber III, Paycom’s Chief Information Officer, effective immediately. Due to personal reasons, Kerber has decided to step down from his responsibilities at Paycom to focus on his family.
“I’ve known William since childhood and we are great friends,” said Paycom’s founder and CEO, Chad Richison. “Although I will miss seeing him at work, our friendship transcends these walls. William’s many years of loyalty and dedication to Paycom’s success are appreciated by us all.”
Two of Paycom’s senior technology leaders, Brad Smith and Shane Hadlock, will work together to assume Kerber’s responsibilities until his successor is named. Smith, Paycom’s Director of Software Development, has over 12 years of service with the company, while Hadlock, Paycom’s Director of Information Technology, has served in his capacity for the last five years.
“Taking part in the development and growth of one of the world's fastest-growing technology companies has been an honor, and I look forward to watching it continue to grow and lead the industry,” said Kerber.
As a leader in payroll and HR technology, Oklahoma City-based Paycom redefines the human capital management industry by allowing companies to effectively navigate a rapidly changing business environment. Its cloud-based software is based on a core system of record maintained in a single database for all human capital management functions, providing the functionality that businesses need to manage the complete employment life cycle, from recruitment to retirement. Paycom has the ability to serve businesses of all sizes and in every industry. As one of the leading human capital management providers, Paycom serves clients in all 50 states from sales offices across the country.
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