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CapRelo Appoints Patti Keeler as Chief Operating Officer

By HR Tech Outlook | Wednesday, July 22, 2020

CapRelo is a full-service corporate relocation company that manages over 10,000 worldwide relocations and assignments annually for significant companies.

FREMONT, CA: Human resources firm delivering comprehensive global employee relocation and assignment management services to global clients, CapRelo, named Patti Smith Keeler as Chief Operating Officer with immediate effect. Keeler brings a wealth of operational and organizational leadership experience at large and small companies, including within the relocation industry, to the growing firm.

“Patti’s leadership and wide-ranging business experience will help us manage and propel our growth amid changing market dynamics. She is strategic, knowledgeable, and has great ability to understand all implications of executive decisions,” said CapRelo President and CEO Barry Morris. “I welcome her to our team and look forward to working together in shaping and managing our continued upward trajectory as a leading global mobility firm.”

CapRelo is a full-service corporate relocation company that manages over 10,000 worldwide relocations and assignments annually for significant companies. The company is a trusted, agile, and proactive relocation services partner that focuses on strengthening global mobility programs, containing costs, and serving clients and their employees. CapRelo was recognized as Best Overall Relocation company in HRO Today’s 2020 Baker’s Dozen Awards.

Keeler is an effective leader who combines knowledge of strategic objectives and operational delivery with projecting, monitoring, and communicating measurable results. In the new role, Keeler’s responsibilities will include directing the support and policy counselling for clients and their transferees, overseeing CapRelo’s home sale program and inventory, and managing the expense reimbursement and global compensation, creating operational efficiencies, and automating processes. Keeler will also serve as a liaison between the operations and finance departments.

Keeler recently served as a consultant to various companies, guiding several operational matters. Before consulting, she worked for Lexicon Relocation as senior vice president of finance, where she was responsible for three teams: Finance and Accounting, Operational Accounting, and Global Compensation Services. Keeler is credited with helping lead the company’s development during a period of exponential growth, including tripling the employee base, expanding operational capability, and designing and implementing drivers-based financial modeling.

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