ValuTrac Software hired industry veteran David Yavorsky as the firm’s new chief information officer. 

Yavorsky brings more than 30 years of combined experience in information technology operations and commercial and residential lending.

In his new role, he is responsible for the business operations related to internal and external technical environments, technology partnerships and industry compliance.

“Technology not only powers ValuTrac, but is the core value proposition for our customers and the future of the mortgage industry,” commented Clint Cornett, CEO of ValuTrac. “David is a talented executive with deep experience in the mortgage industry, technical knowledge and operational infrastructure that can help better serve our customers and drive business growth initiatives. He also has a clear understanding of the need for a more holistic approach to lending and how it can streamline and mitigate risk throughout the lending value chain.”

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