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DocuTech adds two new vice presidents

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 18, 2010

DocuTech Corp. (DocuTech), a provider of compliance services, closing documents and initial disclosures for the mortgage industry, has announced the addition of two new executives, Tony Inskeep and Diane Newland, to manage sales of DocuTech’s compliant document services to the top 200 lenders. Filling the role of vice presidents of major accounts, Inskeep and Newland, each bring more than 20 years of mortgage industry experience to DocuTech, enabling them to work with major lenders to find the document compliance and disclosure solutions that best fit individual situations. Inskeep will be responsible for developing accounts among the top 200 lenders and expanding DocuTech’s market share among mid-market originators in the credit union, community bank and mortgage servicing industries. Newland will also be responsible for selling DocuTech’s software to large mortgage and banking instututions. She will also work with the industry’s top software companies to develop integrations to support e-mortgages and full compliance automation. “Regulatory pressures are requiring lenders to constantly keep up with changes to closing documents and disclosures,” said Ty Jenkins, chief executive officer of DocuTech. “These lenders need software that can automate the selection and generation of compliant documents and disclosures, reduce time spent on documents and lower the costs of doing business. Tony and Diane have the experience needed to identify and offer compliance solutions specific to the needs of larger lenders.” Inskeep joins DocuTech after spending more than 20 years in sales for mortgage compliance and risk mitigation service. He most recently served as vice president for Aon Risk Services, following 13 years of managing the sales and marketing functions for Mortgage Information Services. Newland spent the past 20 years at VMP Mortgage Solutions, serving as as executive vice president. She was responsible for solidifying VMP’s position among the 100 largest banks. Inskeep and Newland will be responsible for the sales of DocuTech’s three products to major accounts. ConformX is a Web-based service that can quickly generate closing documents and disclosures from any Internet connection. The Fulfillment Center provides a simple process for lenders to generate, send and track preliminary disclosures. HCL/PredCheck tests loan applications against high-cost lending and predatory lending rules to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. For more information, visit www.docutechcorp.com.
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