The provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, compliance, eSign and eDelivery solutions, recently announced the hiring of Edward Komski to assume the role of national sales manager.
“We are very excited to work with someone of Ed’s caliber,” said Dominic Iannitti, president and CEO at DocMagic. “Ed’s business acumen, strategic sales approaches, and ability to quickly build a rapport will be key in penetrating large market accounts.”
In this capacity, Komski will be responsible for introducing DocMagic’s entire suite of software solutions to large, enterprise-level lending organizations.
For more than 24 years, Komski has owned and operated ELK Group, Inc., a comprehensive business consulting firm that focuses on strategically structuring, managing, and implementing complex technical and economical business solutions for clients. He possesses an extensive background in mortgage banking working with lenders, technology firms and other large business entities.
Komski brings with him a practical, proven knowledge of enterprise sales techniques, creative business development approaches, extensive solution crafting skills, a successful history of deal structuring and applied business strategy, said Iannitti. In this position he will work with prospects across all regions of the country to understand their business requirements, and how DocMagic’s solutions can be leveraged to benefit the prospects’ daily business challenges.
“DocMagic has developed a number of amazing solutions which have catapulted the company into becoming the mortgage industry’s leading eService’s provider,” said Komski. “I’ve seen a lot of mortgage technologies over the course of my career, but nothing compares to what DocMagic has engineered. Additionally, the work they are doing with TRID significantly outpaces the nearest competitor’s solution.”
Komski has a B.S. in Business Administration from Shenandoah University and is an active member of the Mortgage Bankers Association.
When DocMagic went looking for a national sales manager, the found their man – who just happened to be a successful entrepreneur in his own right for almost a quarter century.