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FM: Systems Makes Tim Taylor As Its New Chief Financial Officer

By CIOReview | Tuesday, February 23, 2021

The finance veteran enters the business in a momentous year of expansion and creativity, helping more than 1500 companies navigate today's highly competitive facilities and workplace re-entry programs.

FREMONT, CA: FM: Systems, a multinational workplace management platform solutions company, recently confirmed the addition of Tim Taylor as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and the newest member of the Senior Management Team. The finance veteran enters the business in a momentous year of expansion and creativity, helping more than 1500 companies navigate today's highly competitive facilities and workplace re-entry programs.

"Tim's breadth of experience in managing revenue growth and expense efficiencies makes him ideally suited to fuel our company's momentum during a time when digital workplace management solutions have been crucial in helping organizations adopt new hybrid, agile workplace models," said Kurt von Koch, CEO, FM: Systems. "I look forward to partnering with Tim and leveraging his expertise to bring FM:Systems to its next generation of growth."

Taylor has over 20 years of expertise in finance and operations management in private equity portfolio firms and multi-billion-dollar businesses. More recently, Taylor served as CFO of PAS Global, one of the world's leading supplier of security, cybersecurity, and asset reliability software solutions for the oil, process, and power industries, where he played a strategic role in the acquisition of Hexagon in creating a holistic business solution for linked factories. Prior to PAS, Taylor filled various executive positions over 12 years at Paradigm, including Interim CFO, Vice President of Finance, and Vice President of Sales Operations, among others. He has previously worked in financial roles with Eagle Global Logistics, Deloitte & Touche, Protiviti, and Arthur Andersen.

FM: Systems is ideally poised for continued development, as evidenced by its increasing customer base, sales, and product results, as well as recent industry forecasts that predict the global smart building applications market to increase to 8.5 billion dollars by 2025 for cumulative market growth of 13 percent, according to Verdantix. Taylor's expertise would also strengthen the company's potential to build on this business development potential, emphasizing finance, healthcare, and corporate organizations.

"To keep pace with the mobile and flexible workforce of the future which was accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, FM:Systems is providing organizations incredibly powerful, data-rich tools to strategically plan their back-to-work initiatives with confidence," said Taylor. "With a robust solution that combines analytics, occupancy sensors, touchless technologies, hoteling and more, FM:Systems continues to be a leader in digital workplace management solutions. I'm excited to be a part of their growth going forward."