|By Business Wire||
|August 13, 2013 08:01 AM EDT||
Dustin Sauter has been named chief technology officer of RES.NET, a provider of software applications connecting real estate professionals and consumers, and its parent company, USRES. Sauter has more than 17 years of IT experience in infrastructure, compliance, architecture and development. Sauter is responsible for overseeing and driving the strategic direction of the entire RES.NET platform.
“I have been impressed by RES.NET’s dedication to continually investing in the enhancement of its technology,” said Sauter. “The RES.NET platform is unique in that it is client configurable based on specific business needs, ensuring we can easily adapt to the changing industry and compliance landscape.”
Prior to joining RES.NET Sauter was the vice president of IT operations and compliance for Los Angeles-based Equator LLC, where he was responsible for architecture, design, implementation and support of all IT systems, applications and services. During this time, Sauter designed and implemented several systems that increased the overall efficiency of the company while reducing costs.
“Dustin possesses deep knowledge of the mortgage and real estate industries on top of his expertise in technology, making him an ideal addition to the RES.NET team,” said Todd Mobraten, COO and president of RES.NET. “Dustin’s vision for improving the real estate transaction process with innovative technology aligns with RES.NET’s mission, and we will rely on his expertise to drive the continual development of our platform as the industry evolves.”
Sauter added, “I was initially attracted to the contagious, positive energy at RES.NET – everyone is truly dedicated to the common goal of improving communication among real estate companies and consumers. The strategic vision of the executive team for the business and their passion for the industry is inspiring, and I look forward to helping further expand the capabilities of RES.NET to benefit our clients.”
Sauter previously worked for Citi Residential Lending Inc., in Orange, Calif. where he held numerous positions including director of infrastructure services and organizations; director of information security and compliance; and manager of identity and directory services. Sauter worked for Wells Fargo Bank in El Segundo, Calif. for seven years and began his career as a senior engineer for CorpInfo in Century City, Calif.
RES.NET, initially established in 2003 as a subsidiary of USRES, provides an array of portals designed for different aspects of the real estate industry and integrates servicers, brokers, outsourcers, third-party service providers, homeowners and buyers. Through specialized portals, RES.NET users can each access the same system to optimize communication and streamline processes. The portals deliver a customized, automated workflow and centralize data and documentation to create a continuous audit trail. For more information about RES.NET, visit its website at www.res.net.