Title365 Agency Names New State Manager for Arizona
December 24, 2013
Title365 Company recently named Sharon Grannis as manager of its Arizona operations for Title365 Agency.
Grannis brings almost 30 years of operational leadership and sales and marketing experience in the title and escrow arenas. Chartered with the balanced objectives of winning customers, driving sales and growing the settlement services business in Arizona, Grannis also holds responsibility for the recruitment, training and retention.
“Although Title365 is the technology leader in our field, this is only a small part of the bigger picture,” Grannis said. “With the CEO and president of Title365 Agency believing in the customer service approach of ‘clients first,’ the team can focus on the needs of our clients, allowing us to be entrenched in their business while delivering tools to our agents/lenders far ahead of the competition so clients can truly focus on their business.”
Granis started her career at California Land Title and has a wide-reaching familiarity in operations, sales, and management as county manager of one of Southern California’s busiest and fast-changing marketplaces. Most recently, she served as senior vice president and manager of Riverside/San Bernardino counties for Title365 Company. Prior to joining Title365, Grannis was senior vice president, county manager with Commonwealth Land Title, where she was responsible for operations in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. She played an integral part in the merging of LandAmerica and Capital Title.
“In Sharon Grannis, Title365 Agency has found a leader with enthusiasm, business acumen and strong operational and interpersonal skills to take the Company to the next stage of its development in the Arizona marketplace,” said Michael Tafoya, CEO of Title365 Agency. “I’ve no doubt her respected industry expertise, dedication to fostering staff development and her passion for service excellence will be a valuable asset in forging wide-reaching relationships and overseeing sales across the state.”