Employee Spotlight: Tami Aschwege

Tami Aschwege is our featured employee this month. She has been with Suntell since June of 2014 and is an Implementation and Training Specialist. Prior to Suntell, she worked at a local bank in loan processing and documentation. Having used Documentation Tracking in her prior position, it is her favorite product. However, she feels the updates to Credit Analysis have made training that area very enjoyable.

Since working at Suntell, Tami has learned to organize her time and resources to manage multiple projects at one time and loves working with customers across the country. “I love Regional Training because it provides us the opportunity to get to know our customers on a more personal level. We work with great people and it is wonderful to work with them in person as well as watch their interaction with each other.”

Tami grew up in Rapid City, SD and graduated with a degree in Business Management from Black Hills State University. She lives there today with her husband, Travis and their three boys; Quinn, Landon, & Macoy. When they are not chasing their boys to activities and sporting events, they enjoy hiking in the beautiful Black Hills. This year they also began attending a CrossFit box and enjoy the community and challenge of the daily workouts.

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