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Dennis Forget to Lead Business Development at IndiSoft

IndiSoft, a Columbia-based technology solutions provider for the financial services industry, has hired Dennis Forget as VP of Business Development. He is responsible for IndiSoft’s efforts to further develop its market presence with small- and mid-sized lenders with a particular emphasis on credit unions.

Forget, a mortgage and consumer lending professional with more than 25 years of experience in various management and leadership roles in operations, technology and business strategy, is joining IndiSoft from First Tech FCU, where he served as VP of Consumer Lending.  Previously, he also held executive leadership positions at Vitek Mortgage Group, Wipro Gallagher Solutions, Bank of America, Washington Mutual and Fleet Bank.

“Dennis brings special skills and knowledge about financial institutions, especially credit unions and their unique business model needs, to our company. His broad understanding of mortgage and consumer operations and technology functions as well as tactical process improvement efforts, system conversions and mergers and acquisitions will enable us to have unparalleled expertise to share with our customers and prospects,” said Hans Rusli, CEO at IndiSoft.

Speaking of his new role, Forget said, “IndiSoft is uniquely positioned to deliver solutions quickly and comprehensively to support the needs of any financial institution.  Small- and mid-sized mortgage and consumer lending sectors and credit unions have challenges to modernize their technology platforms to remain competitive and better serve their customers and members while maintaining regulatory compliance cost-effectively. I look forward to working with them to solve and improve their unique business challenges.”

IndiSoft develops collaborative technology solutions for the financial services industry and its RX Office platform enhances risk-based assessment and helps companies meet regulatory requirements.


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