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DocuTech Hires New Document Compliance Leaders

In Idaho, ""DocuTech"":www.docutechcorp.com/ has added two new team members within its mortgage document compliance division. The company recently hired Sandra Griebe to head up DocuTech's integration team, along with appointing Gregg Holsapple as vice president of product management.


Griebe joins DocuTech as the company's director of integrations for its mortgage document compliance software. In her new role, Griebe will be responsible for managing and improving integration operations with national technology partners, ensuring that users benefit from simple access methods and product offerings.

With more than two decades of mortgage industry experience, Griebe was previously part of the management structure for ""Del Mar DataTrac/Ellie Mae"":www.delmardb.com/. Griebe has also served for the MISMO Governance organization, serving as co-chair of the origination workgroup.

Like Griebe, Holsapple joins DocuTech from a prior management role for Del Mar. Holsapple will head up growth management for DocuTech's products and services in addition to leading a team of analysts who will evaluate the lifecycle and vision of the company's software offerings.

""Gregg brings more than a decade experience in building and managing successful mortgage banking products from the ground up,"" said Scott K. Stucky, chief operating officer of DocuTech. ""He possesses a unique blend of business and technical savvy; a big-picture vision, and the drive to make that vision a reality.""

Of Griebe, Stucky added, ""Sandra's dedication to ensuring the end-user experience is smooth is critical to building the best integrations between DocuTech and our partners. Sandra will help DocuTech continue to be both a preferred partner for lenders looking for guaranteed compliant documents, but also for vendors looking to work with a team dedicated to making each integration as smooth as possible.""

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