has named Amy Brandt as its new president and chief operating officer where she will be responsible for leading all aspects of daily operations, including sales, customer support, marketing and product development.
Bringing more than 20 years of mortgage and software industry experience to Docutech, Brandt most recently served as president of Originations and Corporate Technology at New Penn Financial, overseeing all origination channels, including direct-to-consumer products, third-party originations and retail. Prior to New Penn Financial, Brandt served as chief operations officer of Prospect Mortgage
, where she enhanced day-to-day operations and transformed the lender’s technology infrastructure.
“Docutech has experienced significant success by providing industry-leading document and compliance services to financial institutions over the past two decades,” said Ty Jenkins, founder and CEO of Docutech. “As we continue to expand our product and service offerings as an enterprise lending solutions leader, Amy brings the leadership and expertise needed to optimize Docutech’s operations to better serve our customers and realize our growth potential.”
In addition to her executive career, Brandt is currently a board member of Sun to Water Technologies, and she is a Scholar Rescue Fund Advisory Board Member with the Institute of International Education. She is a former board member with Source Corp Inc., and a former board member and capital founder with Bluebeam Software Inc. Amy is also the former chair of Your Music America and was a Federal Housing Policy Council Member with the Financial Services Roundtable. Brandt holds a Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Southern California.
“Docutech is well-positioned to be the premier provider of enterprise-wide lending solutions to financial institutions of all sizes,” Brandt said. “I look forward to leading Docutech to provide the highest level of value, service and innovation to banks and lenders in the coming years.”