ReverseVision Hires New CTO, Announces New Product Development

Reverse Mortgage software provider ReverseVision is growing its team through the recent hire of a new Chief Technology Officer, Jason Meches, and will address new initiatives in the coming year following the new hire. 

Meches will be responsible for the development and operations of ReverseVision technology products in his new role, in which he will be based at the company’s San Diego headquarters. 

He brings much experience in software development including past roles as vice president of software development, system architect, software engineering manager and lead developer with companies including Seamgen, Fidelity Info Services and Protocol Marketing Group. His past work spans the U.S. as well as overseas in India and China. 

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“ReverseVision is committed to providing dynamic technology solutions that add productivity and intelligence to the residential finance industry,” said ReverseVision President John Button. “Jason Meches has the expertise to ensure we anticipate our clients’ needs and deliver solutions that positively impact their business.”

The company plans to advance several business initiatives in 2014 following the hire of Meches, to include the development of a loan originator productivity toolset for ReverseVision’s reverse mortgage loan origination system, the RV Exchange. Further, Meches will work on the launch of RV University, a previously announced initiative to span coursework, training, industry resources, and more. 

Meches is also working on the deployment of a new RV Document management system in his new position. 

“ReverseVision is in a great position to support the needs of reverse mortgage lenders through technology,” Meches said. “My objective is to engage precision project management and process standardization to advance from desired outcome to full functionality.”

Written by Elizabeth Ecker

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