|By Marketwired .||
|August 25, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/25/14 -- Origami Risk, a leading provider of risk management information systems (RMIS) and related services, has appointed Wesley P. Foster as vice president, Global Sales.
"Wes brings both extensive RMIS leadership experience on a global stage and a commitment to deliver exceptional client service," said Robert G. Petrie III, president of Origami Risk. "I have known Wes for many years and am delighted at the chance to work with him again at Origami Risk."
One of the preeminent executives in risk management information systems, Mr. Foster has more than two decades of experience in business and technology leadership roles. At Origami Risk, he will report to Mr. Petrie and co-manage the firm's global sales team with Aaron Shapiro, executive vice president.
"I'm delighted to be a member of the leadership team at Origami Risk as we work to build its client base around the world," said Mr. Foster. "I've been following the company's remarkable growth during the past several years and am impressed with the quality and depth of its professional team, commitment to its clients, and strong record of innovation, all of which have propelled Origami Risk as the industry leader in risk management information systems."
"Since Origami Risk began operations in 2009, we've been incredibly successful at meeting clients' risk management information needs throughout the U.S. with groundbreaking solutions backed by superior service," said Mr. Shapiro. "I'm looking forward to working with Wes, along with our team members and growing number of clients as we continue to build on the industry-leading capabilities of Origami Risk and bring its many benefits to the risk management community in all areas of the world."
Before joining Origami Risk, Mr. Foster was a managing director for CS STARS and an original member of the Marsh Global Executive team, which recognizes the firm's top 125 managing directors.
During his 15-year tenure at CS STARS, he held various leadership roles including leading Global Sales, where he directed the company's largest international expansion. Earlier in his career, Mr. Foster was an analyst in Risk Management with Coca-Cola Enterprises. He earned a BBA degree from the University of Georgia and holds the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) professional designation.
About Origami Risk, LLC
Origami Risk was founded by industry veterans committed to bringing new ideas and advanced features to the RMIS market. The company's innovative software is designed with the latest technology and a focus on performance and ease-of-use. It offers powerful workflow, reporting and analysis tools, and advanced features to improve productivity and manage the Total Cost of Risk. In 2013 Origami Risk was ranked the #1 RMIS Provider in the annual RMIS Review, and in 2011 it received the Business Insurance Innovation Award for leadership, inventiveness and ingenuity in Risk Management products and services. To learn more about Origami Risk, visit http://www.origamirisk.com/ or contact [email protected].
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