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Bill Moody Joins Visionet as President of Mortgage Services and Technology

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 20, 2014

Visionet Systems Inc. has announced that Bill Moody has joined the firm as president of the Mortgage Services and Technology Division. Moody is a 35-year veteran of the mortgage industry. “I’m thrilled to be a part of Visionet’s team," said Moody.The breadth of services and technology-led BPO automation solutions and products we offer are just what the mortgage industry needs when lenders and servicers are striving to reduce costs and improve efficiencies." With Moody’s joining, Visionet anticipates a phenomenal expansion of its operations in Pittsburgh as well as at other processing centers in the near future. “Visionet is bringing innovative and affordable technology-led BPO solutions to meet the mortgage industry needs. We are happy to have Bill at Visionet as his comprehensive understanding of the mortgage business, diverse experience and exceptional leadership skills will enable Visionet to understand its clients more thoroughly and to continue to improve the company’s services, products and technology-led business process outsourcing offerings”, said Arshad Masood, CEO, Visionet Systems. In his newly assumed role at Visionet, Moody would principally be directing the growth in mortgage technology solutions and associated business services. In line with Visionet’s growth strategies, Moody would also be responsible for the expansion of Visionet‘s domestic and international processing centers. Moody was one of the founding executives and executive vice president for Williston Financial Group. Prior to that, he was the founding president of Lenders First Choice, which is one of the largest national settlement services companies in the country. Among other areas in financial services, Moody was an executive of AAA, and was president of financial services for Coast Federal Bank, the nation’s fifth largest savings institution at the time.
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May 20, 2014