Titanium Solutions, Inc., a provider of homeowner contacting and consulting services, said Monday that executive vice president and co-founder Spencer Erekson had been named president of the company. Erekson will now be responsible for the overall management of the company’s day-to-day operations with an emphasis on customer relations. “The leadership of Titanium and the company’s success have been a collective responsibility of the entire executive team, and Spencer has been a key contributor,” said Todd Sibley, co-founder and chief executive officer of Titanium Solutions. “As Titanium works to make face-to-face contact with delinquent homeowners and provide counseling for alternatives to foreclosure in an attempt to reestablish communication, Spencer’s ability to provide superior guidance, support and fresh ideas for our company and customers will be invaluable to everyone.” As a co-founding partner of Titanium in 1999, Erekson was responsible for business development, implementation of procedures, networking relationships, strategic development and maintaining business flow for expansion of future business. He was also involved with the company’s initial marketing efforts. Prior to joining Titanium, he was a real estate agent and active in the listing and selling of homes throughout Utah. With more than 10 years of industry experience, Erekson is a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association, REOMAC and sits on the education committee for the USFN. “Throughout my tenure with Titanium I have been able to work closely, collaborate with, and learn from many customers and associates,” Erekson said. “I am proud to be Titanium’s new president and see this as an opportunity to contribute even more to our company’s success and help a greater number of servicers and homeowners reconnect while adhering to the highest degree of sensitivity and confidentiality and, ultimately, avoid the hardship of foreclosure.” For more information on the firm, visit http://www.titaniuminc.com.
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