Kacy Hassack is Welcomed by Veeam As Its CPC

Kacy Hassack has been appointed as the organization’s Chief People and Culture Officer (CPC), according to Veeam Software, a pioneer in data protection and ransomware recovery. Kacy joins Veeam to lead all things relating to people, such as bringing in and developing talent, leadership training, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs, employee engagement, and making Veeam the best environment to advance one’s career and encourage everyone to bring their best selves to work.

“We’re excited to welcome Kacy to Veeam”

Kacy has worked in human resources for more than 20 years. Kacy formerly held executive positions at major global technology companies like Indeed, Amazon Web Services, Hewlett Packard, and Dell. She has lived and worked in several countries, including the US, Central America, and Asia Pacific, with an emphasis on global expansion and scalability. In each position, she has been dedicated to developing people-first solutions that assist businesses in achieving their objectives.

“Strong people are the foundation of strong businesses”, according to Kacy Hassack, CPC at Veeam. “Due to its outstanding customer-focused innovation, Veeam has risen to the top spot in the data protection and ransomware recovery industries. The Veeam culture emphasizes that people are the key to the company’s success. I can’t wait to work with teams from around Veeam to create strategies that emphasize the importance of our employees and novel methods to help them perform their best work.”

Anand Eswaran, CEO of Veeam, said, “We’re thrilled to welcome Kacy to Veeam. She blends a proven track record of producing the greatest results for employees with the people’s essential business sense and passion. Due to the dedication and skill of our fantastic team of more than 5,000 people, Veeam is the market leader in data protection and ransomware recovery on a global scale. Our exciting growth trajectory is supported by our core values and an inclusive work environment. At Veeam, ‘humans’ are not a ‘resource’; rather, they are our most valuable asset.”

Source: Businesswire


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