Reverse mortgage software solutions provider ReverseVision announced the addition of two new employees designed to optimize its internal operations, the company announced this week. Eric Samuelson has been hired to serve as vice president of finance, while Andres Ochoa has been appointed as systems administrator.
The two positions are designed to play key roles in optimizing the company’s internal functions, and will prep the company to scale its operations further, the announcement said.
“The need for reverse products is poised to surge over the next five years, and as such we’re putting the necessary building blocks in place now in order to grow at a healthy rate and continue servicing our clients well,” said Joe Langner, president and CEO of ReverseVision in a statement. “The addition of Eric and Andres will establish financial controls and an operational infrastructure that helps us efficiently acclimate new employees and effectively onboard clients as ReverseVision manages expansion efforts.”
Samuelson comes to ReverseVision with ample experience as a corporate controller, previously serving at companies including market research and consulting firm TrendSource, Inc., engineering company SCST, LLC and web development and digital consulting agency PINT, Inc. Ochoa has nearly 30 years of corporate IT experience at companies including Jack in the Box – where he maintained 18,000 endpoints in corporate and point of sale networks – and the San Diego County Credit Union.
Earlier this month, ReverseVision created a new C-level chief revenue officer (CRO) position as a part of its executive leadership team, appointing Bill Mitchell as the company’s inaugural holder of the office.
Earlier this year, ReverseVision announced it restructured its technology service plans and pricing matrix in an effort to streamline the entry of lenders into the reverse mortgage business space, while further aligning its offerings with a broader mission of allowing more adequate service to senior customers who use FHA lending programs.
President and CEO Joe Langner was also appointed in April to the Board of Directors at the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) a few months after he took over CEO duties from John Button at the beginning of the year.