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Sep 16, 2014

Mr. Kenny Smith Joins Symmetry Software

Scottsdale, AZ (September 16, 2014.) Symmetry Software, specialists in payroll withholding tax solutions for large employers and service providers, is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Kenny Smith to our team. Kenny will focus on updating current platforms and development of Symmetry Software products.

Kenny stated, “Working with these talented and friendly people is a great opportunity, and I’m glad to have it!” As a Software Engineer, Kenny is looking forward to keeping Symmetry’s products accurate, up-to-date, and robust. Kenny’s main focus will be Symmetry Payroll Forms, which provides guided tools to complete federal, state, and local forms online. 

Kenny is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, with a degree in Computer Science. Prior to coming to Symmetry Software, Kenny worked with Linear Logic LLC in mobile application development, primarily making Android and iPhone apps. He has also worked in web application development, with Gilbert Public School District, building internal systems used by various departments within the district. In his free time, Kenny enjoys tinkering with computers, fixing cars, and playing the drums.
About Symmetry

Symmetry Software simplifies the payroll process with our dependable and accurate payroll withholding tax solutions. Our team of software engineers and taxation experts provide innovative, regulatory compliant payroll software products including the Symmetry Tax Engine®, Symmetry Payroll Forms™, Payroll Point®, and PaycheckCity® calculators.  Since 1984, Symmetry Software has been helping clients get the right taxes, the first time®. 

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