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Secure Insight Expands Sales Team With Two New Hires
May 14, 2019
Secure Insight has announced that it has entered into an agreement with CoreLogic to deliver highly-specialized closing table risk data

Secure Insight has announced the expansion of its sales force, with the hiring of Jim Reynolds, former senior managing director at RiskSpan and former SVP at CoreLogic as national sales director, and Bill Young, former strategic account executive at CoreLogic, as East Coast regional sales manager. Reynolds will operate from San Francisco, while Young is based in Harrisburg, Pa.
“We are excited to have Jim and Bill join us at this time as we begin to invest significant assets in expanding our sales reach,” said Secure Insight CEO Andrew Liput. “For the past seven years, we have focused almost primarily on technology development and data accumulation, evaluation and risk rating. Now that we have the industry’s largest live database of settlement agent risk data in Closing Guard, we are shifting our focus to expanding sales nationwide. Jim and Bill are the first in a series of new hires of talented professionals who will help us achieve our goal.”

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