Vladimir Bien-Aime is the President and CEO of Global DMS®, which he founded in 1999 and built from the ground up. Since that time, he has grown the company into the mortgage industry’s leading provider of cloud-based, enterprise-class appraisal management software solutions. A consummate technologist and constant innovator, Vladimir was instrumental in architecting Global DMS’ comprehensive EVO® appraisal management platform.
Unlike competing solutions, EVO contains a highly configurable workflow driven by sophisticated business rules that seamlessly automate the entire real estate appraisal process from start to finish. As a result, clients rely on Global DMS as a single-source solution to streamline the entire valuation process. Global DMS’ products are utilized by a variety of different lenders, banks, servicers, AMCs, appraisers, and other real estate entities.
Vladimir also spearheaded the company’s development of web-based forms, automated reviews and scoring, vendor communications, compliant UCDP® and EAD portal delivery, among other solutions.
Vladimir is considered a pioneer in the valuation software space, developing Global DMS' first appraisal management solution known as eTrac® back in 1999, and is a subject matter expert who has a deep understanding of complex federal, state, and local appraisal-related compliance rules and regulations.
Prior to founding Global DMS, Vladimir consulted on special technology projects that involved the analysis, design, and implementation of large-scale software systems for several of the mortgage industry’s leading corporations, including CitiGroup, Juniper Bank, First USA, WingSpanBank/Bank One, and Standard & Poors, as well as for international pharmaceutical giants Merck and SmithKline Beecham. Before that, he was a Developer, Implementation Manager, and IT Director at Day One Appraisal Software (acquired by Appraisal.com). In addition, he worked in IT for the Department of Environmental Protection.
Vladimir is very active in the mortgage valuation segment and has been recognized with numerous company and personal awards. He regularly presents at industry conferences, participates on thought leadership panels, and authors articles for the mortgage media. Vladimir earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.