Genpact Mortgage Services Taps Bill Mitchell as Assistant Vice President of Business Development for Quantum Mortgage Technology

by 11 Jun 2012
NEW YORK,  June 11, 2012 – Genpact Limited (NYSE: G), a global leader in business process and technology management, today announced William “Bill” Mitchell has joined the company as assistant vice president of Business Development for the company’s Quantum Mortgage Origination System (MOS) technology platform. In his role, Mitchell will be responsible for the sales and marketing of Quantum to mortgage lenders and financial institutions and brings more than 18 years of strategic sales experience to Genpact Mortgage Services   Quantum’s mortgage software platform combines automated decisioning and highly efficient processing with a data-centric approach, leading to the effective use of loan data for more accurate underwriting and more transparent risk analysis. Quantum is provided in a Software as a Service (SaaS) model. “As we strive to further increase industry awareness of the enhanced loan origination process provided by Genpact’s Quantum Mortgage Operation System (MOS), Bill’s expertise in banking and mortgage technology will play a substantial role in accurately identifying new customers and thoroughly educating them on the business improvements they can make by implementing Genpact Quantum’s full end-to-end suite of mortgage technology,” said Roger Hull, vice president, Genpact Mortgage Services. Mitchell joins Genpact Mortgage Services from Southfield, Mich.-based Mortgage Builder Software, where he served a dual role as both vice president and national sales manager. During his time at Mortgage Builder Software, Mitchell managed a national sales and sales support team and successfully led the opening of new regional sales offices in Texas, Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina and Massachusetts.   Before joining Mortgage Building Software, Mitchell served as regional sales manager for Vista, Calif.-based Lenders E-Source; San Diego-based Fiserv-Del Mar Database; and corporate sales manager for West Palm Beach, Fla.-based Ocwen Technology Xchange.   “In today’s secondary housing market, the lack of data used to originate, close and sell loans is an industry-wide issue that can be easily addressed through the use of advanced mortgage software platforms readily available to lenders,” said Mitchell. “I am looking forward to building on nearly two decades of relationships and experience in the financial services industry to expand Genpact’s mortgage services to new audiences and position Genpact’s Quantum technology suite as the premium loan automation solution in the industry today.”


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