ReverseVision beefs up tech, operations with new appointments

by Francis Monfort02 Jan 2018
ReverseVision has appointed Jim Magner as chief technology officer and Stacey Lund as vice president of operations, adding them to the company’s senior management team.

Magner joins the reverse-mortgage technology provider with more than 20 years of experience in technology leadership in the banking, enterprise security, travel and leisure, lifestyle products, and automotive industries.

In his new role, Magner will guide ReverseVision’s product development, platform operations, and internal IT teams. He was most recently president and COO of Eturi, a provider of mobile parental control software.

Lund brings more than 25 years of experience in operational and customer service and support roles for companies in various industries. At ReverseVision, she will oversee the training, professional services, education, and document operations departments. Prior to coming to ReverseVision, she served as vice president of member services at Affinity Development Group, where she was responsible for managing the performance of Costco’s Auto Program contact center.

“Through their respective roles in technology and operations oversight, Jim and Stacey will each play a significant role in helping ReverseVision achieve our operational goals, drive positive customer experiences, and lead the business into the future,” ReverseVision President and CEO John Button said.


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