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MortgageFlex adds Steve Shore as chief information officer

Will lead technical services team

MortgageFlex Systems, a provider of loan organization and servicing technology, announced Steve Shore is joining their technological services team as chief information officer.

Shore rejoins the company after first working for MortgageFlex Systems in the early 2000's.

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“We are glad to have Steve back, his diverse work experience at companies like Citi and Black Knight is our gain,” said Lester Dominick, president, MortgageFlex Systems. “Steve’s infrastructure project management experience is crucial to his new role as our CIO and our move to provide more cloud services to our customers.”

In this role, Shore is responsible for several immediate initiatives including upgrading internal systems to the latest Microsoft Cloud Services and continuing the migration of MortgageFlex's lending software to the Microsoft Azure Cloud.

Shore also has company-wide as well overall responsibility for the Technical Services department.

Shore’s experience includes web development, infrastructure, system administration, software development, vendor and project management, including experience gained at MortgageFlex over a decade ago.

With his past experience with the company, Shore has a unique insight into the organization that is key and generates results, the company said in a release.

“When I first joined MortgageFlex 15 years ago, MortgageFlex was on the cutting edge of technology by being a BETA adopter of the .NET framework and ASP.NET," said Shore.

“Today, MortgageFlex remains at the forefront of technology by leveraging Azure, AWS and other technologies. This is an exciting and unique opportunity for me while bringing my 20+ years of IT experience in the financial sector to MortgageFlex,” added Shore. 

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