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IDS Promotes Two of Its Finest

Clint Salisbury

Mortgage document preparation vendor International Document Services, Inc. (IDS), founded in Salt Lake, announced that it has promoted two employees to provide additional support in mission-critical areas of the organization. Clint Salisbury, Former Manager of Implementation has moved to the Sales and Marketing team, and Travis Carroll, who previously worked on IDS' Integrations team, has moved into Salisbury’s role as Head of the implementation department.

“Clint and Travis are two of the finest that IDS has to offer,” said Mark Mackey VP and General Manager IDS. “As IDS begins to set the stage for the exciting changes to come in 2019, shifting these two valuable assets makes use of their unique talents to better meet prospect and client needs in the year to come while continuing to maintain the stellar level of customer service that has been our organization’s trademark from day one.”

Salisbury originally joined IDS in 2008 as in-house counsel on the compliance team. In October 2015, Salisbury assumed responsibilities for the implementation team, which he had helped establish. Carroll started at IDS in October 2014 as a business analyst on the integrations team, having previously worked in product and implementation management at Docutech.

"I look forward to working with all of the great people on our sales and marketing team and I am grateful for the opportunity to inform players in the mortgage industry about all of the great things the idsDoc system can do for them,” said Salisbury.

“I'm excited for the opportunity to lead our client onboarding efforts,” said Carroll. “With our knowledgeable team of specialists and the robust features that are built into the idsDoc platform, the implementation cycle is very fluid. As more mortgage lenders join the IDS family, it will be my pleasure to share in their success.”


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