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Del Mar DataTrac names Sroka VP of client services

National Mortgage Professional
Mar 24, 2014

Del Mar DataTrac names Sroka VP of client servicesMortgagePress.comDel Mar DataTrac, Sue Sroka

Del Mar DataTrac Inc. has named Sue Sroka vice president of clients services. Del Mar DataTrac provides solutions that empower small- and medium-sized mortgage bankers to deliver extraordinary customer service and drive up production while reducing risk, increasing productivity and streamlining their overall efficiency.

Sroka has more than 25 years of mortgage technology sales and client service experience. She has been with Del Mar DataTrac since 2002, previously serving as director of professional services. In her new role, Sroka will lead the company's Client Services team, which oversees the deployment of the DataTrac product suite. She also oversees the design, packaging and delivery of customized product requests.

Sroka has a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz. She is a member and past president of the National Association of Professional Mortgage Women (NAPMW).

"Sue Sroka is well-known and well-respected in the industry for her knowledge, experience and history of hard work and success," said Rob Katz, president of Del Mar DataTrac. "Our customers highly value her counsel, and her influence can be seen throughout the Client Services team. Her promotion is yet another example of our dedication to both our customers and the DataTrac product suite."

San Diego-based TVC Capital, LLC purchased Del Mar DataTrac from its former parent company in January 2008.

"Upon reacquiring Del Mar DataTrac, we knew from the first day that we wanted Sue to oversee our Client Services team," said Jeb Spencer, managing partner of TVC Capital and current executive chairman of Del Mar DataTrac. "Her approach towards client relationships and long-standing reputation in the industry are highly representative of how we want the industry to view the new Del Mar DataTrac."

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Mar 24, 2014