The ACUMA (American Credit Union Mortgage Association) brings together the real estate lending and housing finance interests of nearly 3,000 credit unions and CUSOs, as well as financial technology companies operating in the field of mortgage banking.
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WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- (Marketwire - Jan 15, 2013) - OpenClose has named Bill Mitchell as Vice President of Business Development. In this new position, Mitchell will market and sell Lender Assist mortgage software: the company's web-based, end-to-end, loan origination software to mortgage lenders, banks and credit unions.
Prior to OpenClose, Mitchell served a dual role as both Vice President and National Sales Manager at Mortgage Builder Software. There he managed a national sales team and was a driving force to the company's success, opening regional sales offices in Texas, Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina and Massachusetts. Before joining Mortgage Builder, Mitchell served as Regional Sales Manager for Fiserv-Del Mar Database. He began his mortgage software career as National Vendor Services Manager for West Palm Beach, Fla.-based Ocwen Technology Xchange.
"We'll be making a big push in 2013 to increase sales and awareness throughout the mortgage industry of our SaaS-based LOS, analytic dashboards, imaging, and consumer-facing websites, and Bill will be a large part of that charge," said J.P. Kelly, President. "He has a proven track record of accurately identifying prospects and new customers and educating them on the business improvements that can be made by implementing mortgage loan origination technology from a single vendor."
OpenClose® is a pioneer of Software as a Service (SaaS) computing solutions for the financial industry since 1999. It provides a variety of Web-based for credit unions, banks, and mortgage lenders from loan origination software, loan pricing, website design and social media marketing. In 2010, the company released OpenClose Social: the first online social media management solution for credit unions, banks, and mortgage lenders. For more information about loan origination systems, visit OpenClose athttp://openclose.com/industries/lending/los.aspx. You can also follow OpenClose@OpenCloseSocial