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New EVP of Sales for DecisionReady

""DecisionReady Solutions"":http://www.decisionreadysolutions.com/ has found a new EVP, director of national sales and client relations in Matthew Lichtner.


Recently hired into the role, Lichtner will oversee direct and indirect sales; marketing strategy; and market penetration among loan servicers, investors, and regulation agencies.

Lichtner is well prepared for the position, which also encompasses the development of new strategic processes and partnerships for joint sales efforts, having accrued more than 20 years of experience in mortgage industry sales for companies like ""First American Corporation"":http://www.firstam.com/ and ""Stewart Lender Services"":http://www.stewart.com/lender-services.


Most recently, Lichtner served as Stewart's SVP and national account manager and was responsible for executive relationships and partnership development with the country's 30 largest financial institutions.

Commenting on Lichtner's hire, DecisionReady's president and CEO, Ravi Ramanathan, said, ""Demand for compliance solutions for the servicing segment is growing quickly, and Matt is well-suited to harness this potential. We have great confidence that he will help us and our clients achieve their goals.""

DecisionReady's technologies offer compliance services throughout the loan process, and Lichtner clearly feels strongly about the company's platforms, saying, ""Working for a company as well poised for growth as DecisionReady was an opportunity hard to pass up. They have the right technology, at the right time - and their growth and impressive footprint reflect that.

""The company is in a great position to be an industry leader for the long term and I couldn't be more thrilled to be a part of the DecisionReady team,"" he said.

According to its Web site, DecisionReady offers some 7,000 servicing associates the ability to make compliance policy decisions each day around the country.

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