HumanTouch hires new SVP of corporate strategy and energy solutions

HumanTouch LLC has appointed Jim Benson senior vice president of corporate strategy and energy solutions.

“[Benson] has a history of demonstrating impact with his clients and launching successful technology businesses. He is highly respected and recognized as a technology thought leader within the industry,” said Moe Jafari, HumanTouch president and CEO.

In his new role, Benson will be responsible for the company’s corporate strategy and will lead a new energy solutions business line that is focused on providing products and technology to both federal and commercial markets, the company said.

Before HumanTouch, Benson was in charge of Booz Allen Hamilton’s energy technology business and led several cross-market capability businesses that focused on strategic technology, cloud computing, enterprise architecture, portfolio management, solutions design and implementation and information technology strategy.

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