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Ease Appoints New Chief Technology Officer, Sudha Kaki, to Lead Next Phase of Company’s Growth

Ease Appoints New Chief Technology Officer, Sudha Kaki, to Lead Next Phase of Company's Growth | Fintech Finance

Ease, the modern benefits administration platform for small businesses, insurance brokers, and insurance carriers, today announced Sudha Kaki as the company’s new Chief Technology Officer. Kaki joins Ease with 20 years of leadership experience in engineering and developing innovative technology to increase business value and drive growth.

As CTO, he will be responsible for leading Ease towards establishing the most robust ecosystem of employee benefits and HR solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. Moreover, Kaki will be responsible for overseeing Ease’s platform innovation in the company’s next stage of growth.

“Sudha’s technical expertise and experience executing innovative strategies will help Ease scale as a leading benefits administration and insurance software solution,” said Ease’s CEO and co-founder, David Reid. “His affinity for customer adoption, service, and retention, will be an asset to Ease as the only platform designed to support brokers with their small-group business.”

Previously, Kaki worked as an engineering leader for major tech companies like WebMD and Oracle, and most recently served as the Chief Technology Officer at Mineral. During his tenure, Kaki led diverse and global organizations delivering innovative and data forward SaaS platforms for HR, Finance and Healthcare industries.

“As businesses continue to navigate an evolving talent landscape, making smart and strategic choices about employee benefits as part of the overall employee experience is more important than it’s ever been”, said Kaki. “The benefits administration space is prime for digital innovation, especially as the industry navigates post-pandemic transformations, and Ease is uniquely positioned to continue building a platform full of trustworthy solutions that address the needs of brokers and small businesses that are hindered by antiquated processes.”

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