Paycom Software Promotes Amy Walker to Executive Vice President of Sales

Paycom Software, Inc. has announced the promotion of Amy Walker to the role of Executive Vice President of Sales, expanding her responsibilities to include emerging markets and client relations. Walker, who has been with Paycom for nearly 14 years, had been overseeing the outside sales team since November 2023. She replaces Holly Faurot, who is transitioning to a consulting role focused on client success.

Under Walker's leadership, the outside sales organization has seen impressive results. She has a strong track record within the company, having started as a sales representative in Paycom’s St. Louis office and subsequently managing several sales offices and regions before her appointment as Executive Vice President of Outside Sales.

Walker expressed gratitude for the opportunity to lead the sales organization and emphasized Paycom's differentiated, world-class solutions that are changing the way businesses and employees operate. Paycom's industry-first solution, Beti®, allows employees to perform their own payroll and identify and correct errors before submission. The company's software covers various HR functions, from onboarding and benefits enrollment to talent management, all within a single app.

Recognized for its technology and workplace culture, Paycom serves businesses of all sizes in the U.S. and internationally.

Walker's appointment and the company's innovative solutions are expected to drive Paycom’s growth and long-term stockholder value. Following these announcements, the company's shares moved 0.3%, and are now trading at a price of $198.29. If you want to know more, read the company's complete 8-K report here.

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