Charlotte, NC, August 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Classic Graphics, one of the largest privately owned commercial-printing companies in the Southeast has appointed Dan Hamm as Business Analyst / Project Manager. Hamm reports to Bill Kwiatkowski, VP Operations at Classic and is responsible for shaping processes across the company with the ultimate goal of increasing efficiency and profitability while looking for ways to provide value added solutions for Classic’s customers.
Prior to joining Classic, Hamm was Sr. Business Analyst for TIAA-CREF’s Market Offers Group where he worked on product enhancement projects, both custom and standard offer oriented, requirements elicitation and documentation while facilitating Stakeholder meetings to achieve sign-offs for key milestone events in the Software Development Lifecycle.
“Dan’s extensive experience as a Senior Business Analyst in financial services and retail, reflective of Classic’ two strongest customer segments were very attractive to us,” said David Pitts, President of Classic Graphics. “Secondly, Dan has the leadership skills to not only oversee the complex requirements for document and requirements workflows that today’s ever changing landscape require but also possesses the interpersonal skills to lead and supervise program and project managers to achieve successful outcomes for our clients,” added Pitts.
With a B.S. in Management Technology from Lewis Clark State College, Lewiston, ID, Hamm has a strong knowledge of Project Management, Business Process Analysis, Requirements Gathering and Process Flow as well as Software Implementation, QA Testing and Validation. Prior to his position at TIAA CREF; Hamm was Requirements Manager for Ally Financials’ Requirements Center of Excellence and held Senior Business Analyst positions for Fortune 500 companies including Weyerhaeuser, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and NIKE, Inc.
Dan’s personal interests include computers, camping, horses, reading, and writing.
About Classic: Headquartered in Charlotte at the former IBM Campus, Classic, with projected earnings of $70 Million, supports Fortune 500 companies nationally. Reference www.knowclassic.com
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