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National Mortgage Professional
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Pro-Teck Services appoints Andrew Merz as director of training and professional developmentMortgagePress.comPro-Teck Services, Andrew Merz, Matt Jenkins, training programs Pro-Teck Services has announced the hiring of Andrew Merz as director of training and professional development, a newly created position within the fast-growing company. He will report to Matt Jenkins, vice president of operations. Andrew will be responsible for creating and conducting programs aimed at improving quality and productivity through improved employee and vendor skills. This will include the development of training programs, client/vendor-facing technical documentations, online help, knowledge base content and other materials to support Pro-Teck's growth. Matt Jenkins is pleased to add Andrew to his team noting, "Andrew is a strategic, passionate and results-driven individual who possesses extensive customer needs evaluation skills. Bringing him on during Pro-Teck's time of growth will pay huge dividends in customer service, vendor relations, and employee development." Merz received his Masters degree from Arizona State University. For more information, visit
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