The Auto Care Association has announced the addition of Shehryar Fatmi as director, technology, under its technology and standards department. Fatmi brings nearly two decades of experience in IT operations, project management, IT enterprise management and strategic planning. As Director of Technology, Fatmi will be responsible for the oversight and growth of all aspects of the Auto Care Association’s technology systems, tools, resources and data, including external-facing platforms and content.
During his time at AARP (American Association for Retired Persons) as the Technology Project Leader, Fatmi successfully managed and delivered projects involving Microsoft SharePoint technologies, Microsoft CRM and other web technologies. Fatmi ensured timely updates and enhancements for new functionality and new solutions, and provided technical research, analyses, strategies and solutions to management for multiple projects. Fatmi also has led IT and technology departments at a number of other organizations throughout his career, including the AACC (American Association for Clinical Chemistry), SourceHOV, AHIP (America’s Health Insurance Plans) and ARA (American Retirement Association).
“We are very excited about the addition of Shehryar to the association’s technology team,” said Taylor Mitchell, senior vice president, technology, Auto Care Association. “Auto Care continues to invest in technology, both systems and people, and Shehryar’s proven track record of managing highly complex technology projects will help support our strategic, financial and larger organizational priorities and ultimate success.”
Fatmi specializes in project management, with the capacity to effectively manage, develop and deploy a large number of concurrent technology projects, including real-time, web-based and data-management systems at a corporate level. Fatmi’s expertise will be used to lead and manage the association’s technology team toward high collaboration and performance, and ensure responsive audits, design, and the development of tools and resources from point of concept through implementation.
Fatmi holds an MBA and a master’s degree of science in Engineering Management/Software Engineering and Information Systems Management from George Washington University, and holds certifications in Salesforce and CSM (Certified Scrum Master).
For more information about the Auto Care Association’s technology projects and initiatives, visit autocare.org/technology.