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s,? said Joel Horn, president of Mortgage Spirit. ?Keith?s extensive background and expertise in the mortgage industry benefit both our organization and our customers and help us to grow our national presence.? Kemph is a graduate of Southern Illinois University. He is involved in several professional organizations including ExecuNet, MicroMentor, Mortgage Bankers Association, National Association of Mortgage Brokers and the American Management Association. About Mortgage Spirit Founded in 2004, Denver-based Mortgage Spirit provides loan search and pricing management technology designed specifically for brokers and smaller mortgage bankers. The company?s platform provides accuracy, mobility and efficiency to loan officers and identifies virtually any loan product from a wide variety of sources within minutes. For more information, please visit the company Web site at mortgagespirit.com.
- 18-year industry veteran to fuel national sales strategy, secure and manage key accounts; establish long-term strategic partnerships - DENVER, Colorado, March 16, 2009 ? Mortgage Spirit, a Denver-based provider of revenue management and loan search and pricing technologies for the mortgage industry, named Keith Kemph as vice president of sales and marketing. Kemph?s responsibilities focus on identifying and marketing to business owners in the mortgage banking business to advance the ongoing growth of Mortgage Spirit?s sales division. His role also includes building on the existing client database, marketing and selling to the prospect database, attending industry-focused tradeshows and assisting with the client transition and client setup of Mortgage Spirit?s product and pricing engine. Prior to joining Mortgage Spirit, Kemph served as national sales manager for Calyx Software where he built and managed sales, marketing and business development strategies for the Calyx Network. Prior to this position, he was the vice president of national sales for First Franklin Financial, a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch, for seven years where he was responsible for the development and deployment of all strategies that drove sales and utilization of all customer-facing software through a sales staff of 650 sales representatives, 60 mid-level managers and 20,000 end users. ?Our management team includes highly qualified and experienced