Pro Teck Valuation Services announced two major executive moves this week.

Kevin Vadenais will be the new vice president of product management and Silas Nesheiwat will become the new director of quality control.

Vadenais joins Pro Teck with more than 20 years of experience in product management, marketing and business development. Most recently, he led the enterprise management software product life at Acme Packet.

“As the head of product management, Kevin Vadenais fills an important strategic role leading Pro Teck’s migration to our new proprietary valuation platform that will drive the BPO, appraisal, desktop and gap products of the future,” said Tom O’Grady, CEO of Pro Teck Valuation Services.

Nesheiwat joined Pro Teck in June 2011. Prior to joining Pro Teck, he oversaw a large group of staff appraisers as vice president/divisional group leader at both World Savings and Wachovia Bank.

As director of quality control, Nesheiwat will oversee the company’s quality control operations and ensure that the Pro Teck team remains compliant with regulations.

O’Grady added, “In his new role as Director of Quality Control, Silas will focus on promoting a team environment and further enhancing the high levels of accuracy we already provide to our Pro Teck clients.”

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