Asset Record Company® Names New Chief Technology Officer

Minnesota Technology Veteran, Jason Baker, Joins Leadership Team at Asset Record Company®.

Minneapolis, MN, April 24, 2013 --( Asset Record Company® announced today that Jason Baker, a respected technology leader, has been named Chief Technology Officer (CTO), effective immediately. Baker will lead the continued development of the Asset Record® platform.

Asset Record® is a secure, online portal for real estate owners, professionals and lenders to conveniently connect, share and store credible property information. The software makes it convenient for property owners to organize and maintain their documents, making the property more credible, easier to manage, finance and even sell.

Baker joins the Asset Record® leadership team following his role as the Chief Technology Officer at VISI, a leading regional data center solutions provider. In addition to his prominent leadership role at VISI, Baker has nearly two decades of experience within Minnesota technology businesses.

“We are excited that Asset Record Company® continues to attract such a high level of talent,” said Chad Wiech, Asset Record Company® President. “Jason brings tremendous experience; he will play an essential role in scaling our infrastructure to meet our customer’s needs. Demand has allowed us to expand into new markets and Jason’s depth of knowledge will be key to delivering consistent access to property Asset Records®.”

“I am thrilled to join the Asset Record® team. They have a great platform, solid business model and an exciting vision,” said Baker. “I look forward to leading their technology strategy and development team toward an even greater success.”

About Asset Record Company® (
Asset Record Company® is a Minnesota-based software company. Its Asset Record® software platform is a secure online portal built to help real estate owners, professionals and lenders to conveniently connect, share, manage and store credible property information.

Asset Record Company® was founded by real estate professionals who saw a need for better data transparency in the real estate market.
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