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Former First Magnus Founder Joins Blueberry Systems as EVP

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Sep 12, 2011

Blueberry Systems LLC, a provider of advanced technology solutions to the mortgage and financial services industries, has announced that Dominick Marchetti has joined the company as an executive vice president and member of its executive leadership team. In this role he will be primarily responsible for strategic and business development. "Even after 15 years of experience building and analyzing highly successful mortgage technology, I was impressed with the unique and innovative solutions that Blueberry Systems offers," said Marchetti. "So much so, that I took advantage of the opportunity to join them. They are poised to move the industry forward by leaps and bounds and I'm excited to be part of it." A mortgage industry veteran, Marchetti began his mortgage career in 1996, and has held positions in management, operations, production and information technology for multiple nationally-ranked mortgage lenders. In his most recent position, Marchetti served as the chief production officer of StoneWater Mortgage Corporation, where he was integral in the creation of a loan origination platform that successfully grew monthly originations to $138 million within the first six months of operations. "Dominick's leadership as a successful lender and his proven commitment to technology are a rare and powerful combination," said Wil Armstrong, founder and chief executive officer of Blueberry Systems. "His addition substantially adds to our mortgage DNA and offers our clients a great resource." Prior to StoneWater, Marchetti was a founder of First Magnus Financial Corporation, and as its chief technology officer, was responsible for the development of an in-house loan origination solution that supported the company's rise to become a nationally-ranked top 20 lender.
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Sep 12, 2011
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