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Ellie Mae Promotes COO to President

Ellie Mae, a leading provider of enterprise-level, on-demand automated solutions for the residential mortgage industry, announced that Jonathan Corr has been promoted to company president.

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In his role, Corr will be responsible for managing Ellie Mae's day-to-day operations. He will also continue to serve as COO and will keep reporting to Sig Anderman, the company's chairman and CEO.

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Corr is an 11-year veteran of Ellie Mae and earned his COO position in 2011. Before that, he led the company's product management efforts and served as chief strategy officer. In 2007, he was recognized in _Mortgage Banking Magazine's_ list of IT All-Stars for his contributions in mortgage technology.

""It's hardly a secret that Jonathan has played a central role in Ellie Mae's growth,"" said Anderman. ""He was our 'point man' in the concept and creation of Encompass, a strong advocate for our software-as-a-service (SaaS) strategy, and he's worked closely with me to complete and successfully integrate our major acquisitions, including DataTrac and Mavent. Since our successful initial public offering in 2011, he has also been heavily involved in our investor relations program.""

Prior to joining Ellie Mae, Corr held executive level positions at Peoplesoft, Inc., and Kana Software.

""Going forward, Jonathan and Ed Luce, our chief financial officer, will handle the day-to-day management of Ellie Mae. This, in turn, will allow me to focus my time and energies more fully on our long-term growth strategy, new corporate and client initiatives, and potential acquisitions.""

Ellie Mae was founded in 1997 and is based in Pleasanton, California.

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