Pasadena, CA - June 26, 2017 - Rekon Technologies, a provider of lien release and assignment technology and advanced document management software for mortgage servicers and lenders, has promoted three senior members of its team. Daniel Yun has been named vice president of software design, Jeremy Heier has been named vice president of software development and Jamie Lockett has been named vice president of operations.
“Jeremy, Jamie and Daniel have played vital roles and made significant contributions during a period of enormous growth for Rekon,” said the company’s CEO, Aurora Marsh. “As market demand for Rekon’s solutions continues to increase, we will be relying more than ever on their leadership to ensure we are able to meet the growing expectations of our clients and to expand our position as a market leader.”
Yun, formerly the company’s vice president of software development, joined Rekon in 2011 as a software developer and was soon promoted to software development manager and project controller. In his new leadership position, Yun will oversee the software design and specifications of Rekon’s industry-leading products in addition to managing quality assurance.
Heier joined Rekon in 1996 and most recently served as senior software developer. Heier has played an instrumental role in the development of all Rekon’s software products. Over the years, he has helped convert over 100 million loan records for the company’s clients. In his new role, he will oversee all the company’s software development activities.
Lockett has worked in Rekon’s marketing, accounting and human resources departments since joining the company in 2006. Formerly Rekon’s personnel manager, in 2012 Lockett was promoted to operations manager, where he implemented new accounting systems and administrative policies. As vice president of operations, Lockett will now oversee client support services as well as managing business operations for the company.
Rekon Technologies provides mortgage servicers and lenders with advanced technologies for lien release and assignment processing, and for document management and tracking. The company’s two central product offerings are Rekon and DokTrak software. Rekon is the industry’s most adopted lien release and assignment technology. It is used by most of the nation’s top 10 mortgage servicers and is widely recognized as the industry’s de facto standard in lien release technology. Rekon automatically prepares lien releases and assignments according to the unique standards of each of the country’s 3,600+ recording offices, significantly reducing recording errors and penalties. DokTrak, the servicing industry’s most comprehensive document management and tracking software, empowers lenders to track, manage and maintain document and file locations and post-closing exceptions. Rekon was one of the first companies to offer eRecording capabilities in the 42 states where it is offered. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Pasadena, California. For more information, visit www.Rekon.com.