Reggora brings on Ellie Mae chief to its board of directors

Executive joins the company after 18 years at Ellie Mae

Reggora brings on Ellie Mae chief to its board of directors

Appraisal software company Reggora has brought on former Ellie Mae CEO Jonathan Corr as the newest member of its board of directors.

As a member of the board, Corr will work with Reggora’s leadership team to provide strategic direction in its product development roadmap. He will also continue to be involved in Reggora’s strategic innovation and in guiding the company to make smart decisions as it scales.

Corr has spent 18 years of his 25-year career at mortgage tech giant Ellie Mae, departing as president and CEO after the firm was snapped up by ICE Mortgage Technology. During his tenure at Ellie Mae, he helped the company grow its revenue from $10 million to roughly $1 billion.

“We are honored to work with Jonathan and leverage his tremendous industry expertise at Reggora,” said Reggora co-founder Brian Zitin. “After raising our Series B earlier this year, we were looking for an additional leader who could help Reggora continue to deliver a high-quality solution and be a leader in the appraisal space.”

“Reggora is uniquely positioned to bring meaningful change to the appraisal industry,” Corr said. “Reggora is taking a unique approach to solving a historic challenge in the mortgage loan process, and I am proud to join in the mission to deliver consistent two-day appraisal turn times.”