ReverseVision Adds New Operations Team To Enhance RV Exchange System

Posted by Patrick Barnard on April 08, 2015 No Comments
Categories : Residential Mortgage

ReverseVision, which makes software for originating reverse mortgages, has added a new operations team focused exclusively on product operations, system monitoring, capacity planning, backup, recovery, hosting management and product release.

Tim O'Neal has joined the company as vice president of operations and will head up the new operations team. Prior to joining ReverseVision, O'Neal worked as assistant vice president of infrastructure and platform operations at Bridgepoint Education, director of operations and enterprise infrastructure at Intuit and vice president of e-commerce at New Century Mortgage. In these roles, he dramatically increased availability of client-facing systems to meet targets of 99.9% and higher for all key systems, implemented cloud strategy to compliment growth, and managed the implementation of data centers to increase capacity and provide for 24/7 operations, ReverseVision says in a release.

In addition, the company has hired David Perkins to serve on the operations team. Perkins recently worked for Atlas REO, a repossessed property management software as a service company. He has an extensive background in enterprise technology platforms, achieving scale and growth, implementing secure banking standards and ops procedures for 7×24 mission critical systems.

Also working on the new operations team is Ron Potter, who has been with ReverseVision for a year and five months. Potter will bring his wealth of experience in implementing new technologies on an enterprise scale to the new team.

‘ReverseVision is committed to providing the most powerful and reliable technology to support the RV Exchange system today and in the future,’ says John Button, president of ReverseVision, in a release. ‘The addition of the operations team ensures we are best positioned for reliable growth to support our customer and the industry.’

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