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Atlanta, Georgia (September 10, 2018) – Exaserv, a global provider of business processes and strategic solutions for SAP SuccessFactors, is pleased to announce that Ron McLamb has joined the firm as President of 4Deets. Mr. McLamb will focus his expertise on accelerating adoption of the 4Deets platform – a QaaS SuccessFactors Automated Testing solution.

Mr. McLamb brings a distinguished history of accomplishments from his extensive entrepreneurial background and experience in the services industry. This along with his strong business development, operations management, sales, entrepreneurship, strategic planning, and business development skills will grow 4DEETS into a truly focused Quality as a Service (QaaS) company.

Please stop by the Exaserv booth S15, to congratulate Ron and learn about 4Deets at SuccessConnect 2018 Las Vegas.

About 4DEETS

4DEETS offers test solutions, including testing strategy, automated testing packages, manual tests and robotic process automation for SuccessFactors.

“The 4Deets QaaS is an impressive platform that provides a good way to manage SuccessFactors testing with limited time and resources. We have already found issues before they became problems. We are excited to see more features being released going forward!”

Kellee King – Talent Technology Lead – Vistaprint

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Exaserv’s Media Contact

Michiel Jongsma
Director of Global Business Development
michieljongsma@exaserv.com

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