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ISGN Appoints New Sales Chief

""ISGN Solutions, Inc."":http://www.isgn.com, a mortgage industry technology and services provider, has announced the appointment of Scott Slifer as its new president of sales and marketing.


""Scott brings a strong sales and marketing background that will help ISGN to grow its revenue streams and diversify its client base,"" said Krishna Srinivasan, ISGN's CEO. ""His broad industry relationships and expertise effectively complement our growth goals and objectives.""


An accredited Certified Mortgage Banker with 22 years of financial services experience, Silfer will preside over ISGN's marketing, business development, and client relationship management services.

Before his new appointment, he served in senior executive roles with companies like Altisource Portfolio Solutions, ABN AMRO, and Citi, where he managed divisions in areas related to business development, customer service, profit management, market growth and strategy. Silfer also managed Freddie Mac's single family residence division, directing customer management and business development strategies.

""We are looking forward to leveraging Scott's knowledge and experience to further expand ISGN's value-add services as well as client technology solutions throughout the mortgage lifecycle,"" Srinivasan added.

ISGN is a mortgage technology and services provider with over 1,000 customers, which include global banks and other top lenders. Its product line includes a comprehensive array of solutions for brokers, lenders, and servicers.

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