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RedVision Announces New Regional Sales Director

March 10, 2011

Parsippany, N.J.-based RedVision, a national provider of title reports and real property research solutions, announced the hiring of Eugene Sisneros as regional sales director.

“Eugene’s extensive involvement in the title insurance, settlement service and default industries is a great addition to our sales organization,” said Gary Rader, VP of sales and marketing. “His knowledge and expertise will support many initiatives as we expand our national services.”

Prior to joining RedVision, Sisneros worked in various roles within the title insurance, settlement service, default and government communities for over 15 years. A former sales executive at Record Fusion, and general manager for Title Records of Colorado, Sisneros brings with him business development, marketing, data acquisition, and title examination experience.

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