KeyMe, a supplier for total access and key management solutions, has added two key executives to its ranks. Jimmy Abbott joins as KeyMe's new CFO, and Adam McCann as the Director of Analytics, a newly created position. KeyMe grew its business over 300% in 2017 and is on track to more than triple it again in 2018.
"The hiring of Jimmy Abbott and Adam McCann add tremendous depth to our senior leadership team and ensures that we are focused on our goal of long-term profitability as we rapidly scale to become the dominant brand in the access and security industry," says Greg Marsh, CEO of KeyMe.
Jimmy Abbott is a seasoned corporate finance executive with 15 years of experience in technology and consumer companies. He built his career at Amazon and Zappos and has held CFO positions at several rapidly growing startups.
Jimmy was a key member of the Zappos finance team during the amazon acquisition - the largest all-stock deal of 2009 - and has raised over 100M of debt and equity in his prior CFO positions. As the new CFO, he will be responsible for KeyMe's strategic financial plan, and will help the company to grow rapidly and at scale.
Adam McCann will be responsible for deriving new insights that will drive significant revenue growth and business optimisation
Analytics and data visualisation expertise
Adam McCann is a recognised leader in analytics and data visualisation, with 13 years of experience with the proven ability to transform how organisations use data. Prior to joining KeyMe, Adam led a team of data scientists and engineers at Deloitte Consulting, where he was responsible for building complex analytical solutions and helping his clients gain insight from their data.
Adam is a three-time Tableau Zen Master, an annual recognition by Tableau for the Top 20 contributors. He also teaches an information visualisation course at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and currently runs DuelingData.com, a data visualisation blog which provides examples of data visualisation innovations and best practices. As the new Director of Analytics, he will be responsible for deriving new insights that will drive significant revenue growth and business optimisation.
Eliminating human error
KeyMe is fundamentally changing the way millions of people make and manage their keys by offering consumers an array of digital options, including key copying, storage, and management to support the vast majority of home, office, mailbox, high security, vehicle, and RFID keys.
KeyMe kiosks employ a sophisticated and patented combination of artificial intelligence, computer vision and robotics, which safely and effectively eliminate human error in the key duplication process.