Docutech, a provider of compliance and documentation technology, announced the addition of Harry Gardner as its new EVP of eStrategies.
In this role, Gardner will lead the development of Docutech’s corporate and product strategy toward fully integrated eClosing capabilities, as well as related advanced features and functionality using electronic documents and eSignatures.
Bringing more than 16 years' industry experience and MISMO leadership with him to Docutech, Gardner most recently served as VP of eStrategies at Ellie Mae. Prior to Ellie Mae, Gardner was president of SigniaDocs, Inc., a provider of legally compliant loan documents and technology. Gardner also served as VP of Industry Technology for the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) as a respected leader with deep knowledge of the technology challenges that face mortgage lenders as they consider the future world of eMortgages. Gardner has also held various leadership roles at MISMO, including chair of its Residential Governance Committee and a member of its board of directors.
“We are thrilled to have Harry join the Docutech team, and we are deeply committed to eMortgages and the value proposition it brings to our clients,” said Ty Jenkins, Founder and CEO of Docutech. “With the addition of Harry, Docutech as a company not only gains his unique depth of industry expertise, but also his innovative approach to eStrategies, which will satisfy the growing demands of our clients. We are more than confident that the addition of Harry to the Docutech family will play a key role in the company’s on-going success moving forward.”
“The mortgage industry has still not reached the tipping point of a true paperless process, which provides real cost savings, efficiencies, and competitive advantages to lenders and investors who embrace the future, while also providing a superior borrower experience,” Gardner said. “I’m very pleased to be joining the Docutech team, whose full commitment to implement a world-class eClosing platform will empower lenders to reach that holy grail and surpass the partial solutions of today.”