CONTACT: LISA GARRETT, 646-1506
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2/13/19
PENDLETON --- Jim Wanner has been appointed to Tri-County Technical College’s Commission, the nine-member governing board of the College.
The Pickens County Legislative Delegation recommended Mr. Wanner to the Governor. His appointment began January 31, 2019, and his term expires April 1, 2022.
Mr. Wanner is a founder of KeyMark, a leading provider of today’s top enterprise information management technologies. KeyMark is headquartered in Liberty, SC, with a regional sales office in Camp Hill, PA, and a Document Conversion Services Bureau in West Hazleton, PA, that operates as IMR Digital. The company also is the creator of Forms InMotion, an innovative, cloud-based software solution for enterprise forms management.
Under Mr. Wanner’s leadership, KeyMark has consistently been named a top reseller by vendor partners and has been listed by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 and 5,000 fastest growing companies in the United States. His background is in intelligent automation and automated data management. Mr. Wanner is currently in his 23rd year at KeyMark; 19 of which he has served as CEO.
KeyMark was named a Best Place to Work in South Carolina by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and SC Biz News for 2016, 2017 and 2018. The company also was ranked 17th in the 2016 listing of South Carolina’s Fastest-Growing Companies. In 2019, KeyMark received Hyland’s Platinum Sales Partner award for the 12th time and the Diamond Support Award for the 16th consecutive year.
Mr. Wanner holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from James Madison University.
He serves on the Manufacturers Caring for Pickens County (MCPC) board and Hyland Software Partner Advisory Council. He also has served on Pickens Habitat for Humanity Board and is currently active with the United Way of Pickens County.
Mr. Wanner and his wife, Kim, live in Clemson. They have a son, Jake, who works at KeyMark as a solutions architect and lives in Greenville; a son Mitchell, who attends Clemson University; and a daughter Megan, who attends Furman University.
“Tri-County Technical College has done an amazing job since its inception to create an environment where people can learn and be productive in the workforce. I hope to help continue that tradition with some of my background and expertise. I’m hopeful with my background in the technical field, and specifically with Artificial Intelligence, I’m able to provide insight that helps guide the organization for the next few generations so people in the Upstate thrive,” said Mr. Wanner.