Financial Industry Computer Systems Inc. (FICS), a mortgage loan origination software, residential servicing software and commercial servicing software provider, has promoted Aaron Lynch from programming manager to vice president and chief technology officer in an effort to leverage his leadership and valued expertise across the company’s technical research and development departments. Lynch will be responsible for technical research and strategic analysis, the development and maintenance of all FICS software applications, and the technical support department. Lynch brings years of technical knowledge and expertise to FICS, leading FICS’ growth and expansion with new technologies and services. Under his leadership, Lynch and his team will directly address the technical needs of FICS’ new and existing customers to ensure their continued satisfaction with the company’s origination and servicing technology.
In addition to the promotion of Lynch, FICS further enhanced its executive team by promoting Johnny Gibbs from vice president of technical services to executive vice president. Gibbs will be responsible for oversight and administration of all technical aspects of the company. Gibbs has been with FICS for 26 years and served as vice president for 18 of those years.
“With the continued evolution of our leadership team, FICS has allowed our dedicated and talented professionals to demonstrate their expertise and play a key role in the creation of technology and solutions for the mortgage industry,” said Susan Graham, president and COO of FICS. “Aaron has spearheaded the successful development and implementation of numerous FICS software solutions, including being strategically involved in the architecture and design of the third generation of FICS’ software currently in development. We anticipate even greater success as a result of his leadership in the company.”
Lynch began his career with FICS in 2005, serving as Web application manager for more than five years, after having spent nearly a decade in consulting and contract development. He has served as programming manager for FICS for the last two years.