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Calyx Adds Herb Suvaco to Its Sales Team
Jan 12, 2012

Calyx Software has announced the addition of Herb Suvaco to its new account sales team. Suvaco will be responsible for cultivating relationships with mortgage banks, regional and community banks as well as credit unions that are seeking to improve their lending compliance efficiency with one system-of-record. Suvaco, who is based in California, will cover the northwestern portion of the country, including Alaska, Northern California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming. Herb comes to Calyx with 20 years of experience in the banking industry. A former executive with Commerce Bank & Trust with extensive experience in banking, lending and mortgage consulting, Suvaco brings an inordinate amount of insider knowledge that will be instrumental in helping lending institutions find the best solution for their needs. “With Herb’s experience in the financial industry, he has so much to offer in terms of relevant knowledge and insights that will help him build strong relationships with our lending community,” said Jody Collup, director of marketing for Calyx Software. “We are pleased that he joined the team as we move into one of our most exciting years for product introductions.”
Jan 12, 2012
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