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Prommis Solutions names Dorris president and Dunaway as new CFO
Mar 23, 2010

Prommis Solutions LLC, a provider of financial services industry processing solutions, has announced the promotion of Jennifer Dorris to president and George Dunaway as chief financial officer. Dorris has been chief financial officer of Prommis since the company’s inception and has provided consistent strength and leadership through the company’s growth over the years. In her new role, Dorris will be responsible for all Prommis operating business units nationwide, as well as its information technology and client financial services capabilities. “Jennifer is a proven leader and this promotion is reflective of her tremendous contribution to Prommis,” said Denis Brosnan, Prommis Solutions’ chief executive officer. “Jennifer shares my vision of growth for our company, she believes in our employees’ abilities and she has a passion for customer service. Her promotion is evidence of Prommis’ commitment to progressive, diverse leadership, and her new position will allow Jennifer to be even more focused on improving the quality and efficiency of our services.”                     Prior to joining Prommis Solutions, Dorris was chief financial officer of SmartMail LLC, a former Great Hill portfolio company in the logistics industry with more than $200 million in revenue that was sold to Deutsche Post in 2004. Prior to working at SmartMail, Dorris spent four years at WebMD Inc., where she served as vice president and corporate controller. Dorris is a certified public accountant and earned an MBA in finance and a BBA in accounting, cum laude, from Georgia State University. In addition to her duties at Prommis, Dorris currently serves as a board member and the Audit Committee Chairman of Express-1 Inc. Dunaway joins Prommis from Healthcare Solutions Inc., where he also served as CFO. Prior to that, Dunaway spent 20 years managing the financial affairs of a number of different companies. In his new position, Dunaway is responsible for the company’s accounting, financial planning and analysis, and shared services capabilities. Additionally, he will interface with the other members of management, the board of directors, shareholders and other key constituents to ensure timely, accurate reporting of financial matters of interest to them. Dunaway began his financial career at the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, a credit information provider where, over the course of 12 years, he progressed from a financial management associate position to that of chief financial officer, providing management-level financial planning and support to divisions providing in excess of $900 million in annualized revenues. Following his time at Dun & Bradstreet, Dunaway served as CFO for Matria Healthcare Inc., Compbenefits Corporation and, finally, Healthcare Solutions Inc., businesses that each grew significantly during his tenure. Dunaway graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University with a degree in electrical engineering and he earned an MBA in finance from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. “George has an impressive record of managing the financial affairs of large companies in a variety of industries,” said Brosnan. “He has extensive experience working with companies with a history of growing revenue and reducing expenses, as well as streamlining business processes to maximize profit. His ability to strategize is an asset both to us and to our clients. We are very excited to welcome George to the Prommis Solutions team.” For more information, visit  
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