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Blueberry Systems Adds New Members to Its IT Department

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 22, 2013

Blueberry Systems LLC has announced Sharon Kenney as its director of IT Governance and Richard Jones as its director of IT Infrastructure. Together, they add nearly 50 years of industry knowledge to the company. Kenney brings more than 33 years of IT experience, previously with Aurora Bank as assistant vice president of IT Governance for more than ten years. Prior to that, she was a technical communications manager for First American Nationwide Documents, which included supervisory responsibilities for software testing, document development, sales presentations and operations work product validations. In addition, Kenney was owner and technical communications consultant for DataScribe for more than five years, specializing in technical writing, software documentation, and business writing services for corporate clients and state government agencies. “I’m honored to be a part of their team and I look forward to all the great things we have planned for the industry,” Kenney said. With nearly 15 years of experience, Richard Jones is Blueberry Systems’ new director of IT Infrastructure. Previously, he served as CIO for Pinal County, Ariz. for more than five years. Prior to that, Jones was IT operations director for First Magnus for more than eight years, where he provided technology leadership and management of technology systems and services. “Blueberry Systems is dedicated to helping mortgage lenders succeed by solving their day-to-day problems as well as their long-term, strategic challenges,” said Jones. “I’m thrilled to be a part of it and part of such a first class team.” “We understand that who you do business with matters, making it imperative that we recruit the very best,” said Wil Armstrong, a founder and CEO of Blueberry Systems. “We are a a close-knit and tightly-focused team that seeks to add real and demonstrable value to our customers. We’re confident Sharon and Richard will play a critical role in helping us maintain that dedication.”
Published
Jan 22, 2013
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