Monday, January 25, 2010

New mortgage tech industry job


For those of you who still think the return of the mortgage business is largely anecdotal, here's a story for you: Mortgage Cadence, Denver, is looking to hire a Senior Sales Executive who will be responsible for managing all aspects of the consultative sales process from the initial identification and follow up on leads through the signing of contracts for the licensing of the Mortgage Cadence products.

In keeping with the current trends in the marketplace, this sales exec will focus on loss mitigation products and services; initially focusing on Loan Modification (HAMP and proprietary program) data analytics, borrower consulting, call center and underwriting workflow, productivity tools, fulfillment/mailing services, document production and Web portal technology.

A complete list of responsibilities is available on LinkedIn. If you can't find the open position announcement by searching by company name, ping me and I'll send you a link.

The company is seeking someone with at least 5 years of mortgage banking experience (10 would be even better), with direct mortgage banking involvement or vendor services acceptable. A thorough understanding of the loss mitigation process is a must. Also, brush up on your use of salesforce.com.

Mortgage Cadence has been providing software to the mortgage industry since 1999 and is best known for its Enterprise Lending Solutions (“ELS”) which employ an extensive financial services data model wrapped with a native rules engine to deliver data-driven workflow automation tools to mortgage banks, lenders, service providers and servicers.

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