Digital lending platform provider Roostify has announced that it added three executives to expand its leadership team.
The company named Syed Ijaz as chief customer officer, Kevin Levitt as vice president of sales, and Eric Drattell as general counsel. The company said the new executives bring experience in SaaS companies and the financial industry.
With more than 20 years of experience in customer-centric service and success management, Ijaz will be responsible for leading the company’s client-facing functions, including implementations, customer support, and client success, in the newly created role. He previously served as chief customer officer at PeopleDoc.
In his new role, Levitt will lead Roostify’s sales team and expand its lender customer base. He brings more than 15 years of sales leadership and business development experience, including as vice president of business development at Credit Karma.
Drattell is the company’s first general counsel. He brings more than 20 years of experience to the role. He was most recently the general counsel of Intapp and Risk Management Solutions.
“Roostify has been steadily expanding our customer base and our digital lending engagement platform to give more and more lenders the ability to provide the best digital home lending experience for consumers and banks alike,” Roostify CEO and co-founder Rajesh Bhat said. “Our team continues to expand to support the demand we are seeing in the marketplace and to ensure our customers receive a best in class experience when engaging with our team.”
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