CINCINNATI, Jan. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- DotLoop, the offer-to-close hub for transactions, is proud to announce that seasoned software executive Jeff Mills has joined DotLoop as Senior Vice President (SVP) of Sales and Marketing. In his role, Mills' initial focus will be to grow the company's user base and lead consumer, agent & broker adoption of the DotLoop platform.
Mills has a successful track record of partnering with Founders to successfully scale a business and raise capital around highly-disruptive & emerging technologies. Throughout his 16-year career, Mills has owned all facets of organizational development, including Sales, Marketing, Partnerships, Product Management & Product Development. Mills has been instrumental in the early stage success of ThinkVine, Bluespring Software and in helping Net Perceptions successfully reposition itself in the late stages of its business.
"Rare is finding a company with such remarkable growth that inspires such passion from both customers and employees," said Jeff Mills, SVP of Sales & Marketing at DotLoop. "This energy, fueled by a product that represents such a better way is a clear recipe for success and I'm thrilled to be a part of it."
"While Jeff's experience and leadership in scaling growth businesses couldn't be a better match for where we are headed, it is his fit with the DotLoop team and culture that is most exciting for me. He respects what we have accomplished, recognizes what is ahead, and is passionate about being part of the team," said Austin Allison, President & CEO of DotLoop.
DotLoop is transforming the real estate industry by providing a secure online platform where any real estate agent can share and sign transaction documents. As the leading provider of collaborative negotiation services, DotLoop is available to service all real estate professionals throughout the United States and Canada. The innovative DotLoop platform is a collaborative, wholly web-based negotiation platform that lets users add, adjust, approve, and sign documents digitally — addressing the challenges of security, efficiency, and overhead costs in today's real estate industry. This is a real estate movement that the press has called "revolutionomics." For more information, please visit www.dotloop.com.