CRS Data Hires Jack Jominy To Serve MLS Accounts

CRS Data, a leading provider of public record information for real estate and financial professionals, is excited to announce the addition of Jack Jominy to our sales staff.

CRS Data, a leading provider of public record information for real estate and financial professionals, is excited to announce the addition of Jack Jominy to our sales staff. Jack, along with Nikki Morgan, will work to expand CRS Data's market share within the real estate community via our MLS business channel.

Jack is well known and respected in the MLS arena. He joined his father's company, Realtron Corporation in 1976. Jack Sr. created the first online, computerized system for MLSs for the state of Michigan. Jack Jr. literally, cut his teeth in the MLS business.  For nineteen years Jack help grow the business through sales and product development and was the Florida Sales Manager when Realtron and PRC Realty Systems were sold to News Holding Corp in 1995 to create Interealty.  While at Interealty, which became First American Core Logic, Jack sold the Realist tax product. Jack gained further experience at Homes.com and REALTOR.com. Then, expanding his presence on the national stage, he became the national sales manager for tax at Fidelity National MLS Systems. Most recently, Jack was a Regional Sales Manager for Previsite and a Senior Account Executive with Homes Media Solutions.

CRS Data currently serves over thirty MLSs and is aggressively pursuing new MLS accounts throughout the country. CRS Data is focused on providing accurate and timely data, quality products and unparalleled customer satisfaction. Matt Casey, CRS Data's President and CEO said this about Jack Jominy joining the staff:

“We have gotten to know Jack and to value his MLS knowledge through the years. He has already been a go-to guy for us when we have needed guidance or direction. Everybody in the MLS business knows and appreciates Jack. That's a huge asset for us because he brings the kind of personal approach to our customers and prospects that defines us as a company. We're not the largest public records company but we certainly are one of the most celebrated. Jack fits right in to our culture.”



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