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Mark Mackey Promoted to CEO for IDS

International Document Services (IDS) Inc., a mortgage document preparation vendor, recently announced the internal promotion of their former EVP Mark Mackey to CEO for the company. IDS is a nationwide provider of mortgage documents and compliance. Their services include closing documents, initial disclosures, and fulfillment. The company was founded in 1986 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

“IDS is a growing company in a contracting industry, and I see my role as ensuring that our growth continues regardless of market conditions,” Mackey said. “IDS is prepared for TRID and other changes coming to the industry, and that will give us great added value for our customers. I’m excited about what we’ve done and where we’re going.”

According to a recent press release, Mackey’s IDS career began in spring 1999 with a sales position. He will be the company’s first CEO. IDS President Curt Doman was the highest-ranked executive with the company before Mackey’s promotion. Doman, owner of the company, said that he has no intentions to leave the company at this time. He also mentions that Mackey was already fulfilling the role of CEO with IDS and the promotion was simply a reflection of that.

“People who are familiar with IDS know Mark has been running the company in this capacity so we don’t anticipate anything will change for our customers with the promotion,” Doman said.

“Mark has a great vision for where to lead the company,” Doman added. ”He’s an extremely hard worker, very loyal, and I think he’s a great leader that is taking IDS in the right direction.”

About Author: Xhevrije West

Xhevrije West is a writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. She has worked for a number of publications including The Syracuse New Times, Dallas Flow Magazine, and Bellwethr Magazine. She completed her Bachelors at Alcorn State University and went on to complete her Masters at Syracuse University.
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