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LoanLogics Adds Elizabeth Green as Chief Collateral Officer

Elizabeth GreenPennsylvania-based LoanLogics, a provider of loan quality technology for mortgage manufacturing and loan acquisition, announced that Elizabeth Green has joined the company as Chief Collateral Officer. In this role, she will be responsible for the company's product strategy for collateral assessment solutions.

"Liz will play a vital role in expanding our product offerings by deepening our collateral assessment capabilities and overall product strategy," said Dave Parker, Chief Product Officer. "Today's collateral valuations and assessments are more data intensive and technology oriented than ever before. Liz brings her skills and extensive experience in developing solutions for mortgage lending and property valuation to collateral compliance. We're thrilled to have Liz as a member of LoanLogics' leadership team."

Green is a 25-year veteran leader in the mortgage software and valuation sectors. Most recently, she was president of Centric Technologies, a technology firm in real estate appraisal procurement, policy enforcement, and reporting. Previously, she was Director of Strategic IT Projects at Supreme Lending, where she was responsible for implementation strategies for lending technologies used for the solicitation and fulfillment of residential mortgage loans. She has held many senior management positions in software product development during her career.

"I am tremendously impressed with the LoanLogics product suite and leadership team, and with management's vision of revolutionizing mortgage manufacturing and asset delivery," Green said. "I'm honored to be part of a team that is committed to market dominance through the innovation of products and services that meet the needs of a dynamic and demanding industry."

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