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LenderClose Adds Two New Software Engineers

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 26, 2020
LenderClose named Martina Schubert as its new chief technology officer

LenderClose has announced the addition of Software Engineers Steven Krossner and Justin Oglesby to its expanding team in Des Moines, Iowa.
 
LenderClose has announced the addition of Software Engineer Steven Krossner to its expanding team in Des Moines, IowaKrossner (right) has nearly 10 years of experience across all areas of the software development life cycle. No stranger to the fast-growing technology integration environment, he will lean on his vast knowledge of language and problem domains, frameworks, databases and operating systems to perfect end-products for LenderClose users and stakeholders. Krossner’s understanding of user intent, functionality and user requirements will allow him to facilitate continuous process improvement in his role.
 
LenderClose has announced the addition of Software Engineer Justin Oglesby to its expanding team in Des Moines, IowaOglesby (left) most recently sharpened his software development skills at IMT Insurance where he collaborated with a team of software testers on front- and back-end policy systems. Across this position and others, he developed a strong balance between technical knowledge and client service skills. Oglesby will use his knowledge to help create a fast, scalable and simple interface to address LenderClose user needs.

 
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Mar 26, 2020
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