Black Knight adds ex-CoreLogic leader to its MLS Solutions group

She will lead the group's sales and client support as EVP

Black Knight adds ex-CoreLogic leader to its MLS Solutions group

Black Knight has brought in Lucie Fortier (pictured), a former director at CoreLogic, as its new executive vice president of the company’s MLS Solutions group.

Fortier will lead the MLS team, which operates under Black Knight’s Data & Analytics division. She will develop strategy and oversee the group’s sales and client support.

Fortier brings over 14 years of experience in senior leadership roles for large real estate solutions providers, including time spent at fintech companies Tarasoft, CoreLogic, Ramine, and Compass. She has also served as a board member of the Council of Multiple Listing Services and the Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO).

Ben Graboske, president of Black Knight Data & Analytics, commented: “Lucie’s extensive real estate industry experience, coupled with her technology, data and analytics expertise, make her an ideal fit to lead the Black Knight MLS Solutions group and help take our solutions and service to the next level. She has in-depth knowledge of what our MLS clients need – both now and moving forward – and has proven time and time again that she knows how to get things done.”

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“I’m honored to join Black Knight’s talented MLS team to manage and enhance the best-in-class Paragon Connect app,” Fortier said in the company’s Press release. “Black Knight and I share a vision for delivering solutions and innovation that support MLS across North America in their mission to provide their members with industry-leading tools and services so that they remain front and center throughout the entire real estate process. Together, we are committed to making Paragon Connect the progressive tool real estate professionals use to respond even more quickly to their buyers’ and sellers’ needs, win more business and provide a customer-for-life real estate experience.”

Earlier this week, Black Knight announced developments in its $12 billion deal with Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). The companies said they had resolved a court case that halted ICE’s planned acquisition of Black Knight.

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