Onit, Inc. Enterprise Apps

Onit Achieves Momentous 2016 Milestones in its Pursuit of Revenue Acceleration, Strategic Growth and New Client Wins

Onit announced today that it has achieved significant milestones in 2016, validating the company’s strategic growth plans and corporate vision and further setting the stage for continued success in 2017. These milestones include new capital funding, notable client wins, strategic management hires and prestigious awards and nominations.

“2016 was an impressive year for Onit; our milestone achievements far exceeded our original expectations,” said Eric M. Elfman, CEO and founder of Onit. “Our team’s innovation, drive and dedication to our clients were critical to our growth and success in 2016. Last year’s funding and appointment of key management hires validates our commitment to client-driven innovation and client success,” added Elfman.

Key 2016 Milestones

Management Team

Onit’s commitment to thought leadership and legal domain expertise was a contributing factor to its aggressive growth with the hiring of two key management positions in 2016. Matt DenOuden joined Onit as the vice president of global sales with nearly 30 years of industry experience and was a seasoned leader at TyMetrix (now part of Wolters Kluwer) for nearly 13 years. He has been on the front lines of the Enterprise Legal Management (ELM) revolution for decades.

Cole Morgan was appointed Vice President of Enterprise Legal Management (ELM) in 2016. With more than 20 years of management experience in the legal technology and legal operations sectors, Cole works with corporate legal department clients to help develop strategies that define the value of legal services within the corporation.

Awards and Nominations

Onit was recognized by various software, legal industry and financial publications and organizations for its innovation, thought leadership and entrepreneurship in 2016. This commitment to its unsurpassed technological excellence and user experience has garnered the company several distinctions in 2016:

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