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Blueberry Systems Names Jenna Marino as New Implementation Manager

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 12, 2013

Blueberry Systems LLC has announced that Jenna Marino has been named the firm's new implementation manager. A distinguished industry veteran, Jenna brings more than a decade of project management and business analyst experience in software and B2B implementations. Previously, Marino held business and IT analyst positions with Aurora Loan Services and Wells Fargo. She has also held project management positions at CMS Holdings, IndyMac Bank and First American Vendor Management Services (VMS). While at IndyMac, Marino implemented one of the highest profile initiatives for the company, accounting for 15 percent of the total volume for the mortgage broker/banker division in 2007. At First American VMS, she implemented the company's largest partnership at the time that has continually averaged an annual volume of 1.3 million units. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, Calif. “Blueberry Systems is a small and tightly-focused group of people, and much like Jenna in her previous endeavours, our mission is to add real and demonstrable value to our customers,” said Dominick Marchetti, EVP at Blueberry Systems. “Jenna is a proven project management expert with an outstanding reputation for achieveing successful implementations. We’re pleased to have her on board.”
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Mar 12, 2013
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