Legal services firm ProVest appointed Steve Campbell chief information officer this week.

The company, which handles the delivery of legal documents and foreclosure services, noted that Campbell brings more than 25 years of IT management experience and has a substantial background in managing technology infrastructure planning and deployment.

Campbell recently served Titanium Holdings as CIO and prior to that served First Residential Mortgage.

He also was part of the LendingTree executive management team that spearheaded the company from its initial public offering to a $750 million acquisition in 2003.

Steve is an accomplished leader with a wealth of IT management and industry experience who will make immediate contributions to ProVest’s success,” said Jim Ward, president of ProVest. 

“I am delighted that we have attracted someone with Steve’s experience and talents to lead us as we continue to look for opportunities to grow and transform our company.”

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