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Pro Teck Valuation Services Names Dan Rizzotti Director of Quality Improvement
Jun 23, 2011

Pro Teck Valuation Services has announced that Dan Rizzotti has been promoted to the position of director of quality improvement, reporting to Jeff Dickstein, Pro Teck's chief appraiser. “Quality is at the core of our business,” said Dickstein, “and Pro Teck is not satisfied unless it surpasses all client-specific KPIs. In his new role, Dan will be responsible for insuring that our multi-layered quality processes continues to raise the bar.” In his new role, Rizzotti will be focusing on training and communication with vendors and staff quality control (QC) teams; utilizing technology and data to meet specific client requirements; enhancing Pro Teck’s front-end data validation and automated form rules. Prior to his new position, Rizzotti was a senior account manager at Pro Teck where he was instrumental in high retention and continual growth with the company's top-tier clients. Dan is a certified appraiser with more than 15 years of real estate valuation experience across various sectors of the industry, including origination, servicing and capital markets.  
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