Docutech’s Amy Brandt Wins 2018 HW Vanguard Award

It’s with a great deal of pride that we announce our President and CEO, Amy Brandt, has been selected as a winner of HousingWire’s 2018 HW Vanguard Award. She was recognized by the publication for her more than two decades of proven leadership and success within the mortgage, software, technology and financial services industries.

HousingWire’s annual Vanguard Award program recognizes key executives across the housing finance industry for their outstanding leadership, as well as the forward-thinking ways they are shifting the industry as a whole. The program recognizes leaders of businesses contributing to the growth of the housing economy and its various sectors, including lending, servicing, investments and real estate. They come from diverse backgrounds, and may run established companies or start-ups, but share one common trait: an unmistakable impact on the industry at large.

That certainly describes Amy. She has successfully driven Docutech’s strategic vision and growth initiatives by introducing innovative products, entering new market segments and identifying valuable partnerships, greatly enhancing the services we offer as well as our clients’ experiences.

Jacob Gaffney, editor-in-chief of HousingWire, said of this year’s winners: “As the Vanguard Award program continues to grow and to be more successful, the entry point gets tighter. [This year’s] winners are truly the best Vanguards in the mortgage finance industry, and they all deserve the highest honor in the space.”

Amy’s response was simple: “It is a great honor to be recognized as an HW Vanguard Award winner alongside many of the industry’s most well respected leaders as we collectively strive to further enhance the future of the housing space.”

She added, “As we continue to see the mortgage landscape change and evolve, Docutech has remained at the forefront of the industry by providing dynamic technology offerings to address the issues facing today’s lenders and borrowers.”

That’s what a leader sounds like. Congratulations to Amy on this honor.