Suntell Announces LMS Version 19

TOPEKA, KS – Suntell unveiled the latest release of Square 1 Credit Suite at the company’s regional training event on May 9th and 10th in Denver, Colorado.

“This release, version 19, represents nearly two years of our investment in development,” said President and Chief Operating Officer Veronica Wooten. “We listened to the voice of our customers and the result is a robust solution that brings added efficiencies to commercial lending activities, and supports loan growth and credit risk management goals.”

The enhancements in the latest release are largely focused on the credit analysis area of the Square 1 Credit Suite. Some of the more important enhancements in include:

  • Configurable user-defined templates
  • Customer scoring with unlimited user-defined scores and weighting for spread formats and templates
  • Customer-centric debt schedules imported into any spread or areas such as Stress Test and Rent Rolls
  • Form 1040 integration to the schedules C, F, and E (including K-1 information)
  • Form 1120 S has been added; and form 1120, 1120 S and 1065 have supporting schedules
  • Balance sheet projections
  • Additional security around creating/editing a Spread and View Only access

“At Suntell, we recognize the importance of continually committing to investing in Square 1 Credit Suite to make it the best loan portfolio management solution with the best suite of tools and features in a user-friendly environment,” said Founder and CEO, Duane Lankard. “Our focus extends beyond product to service quality covering implementation, training systems and ongoing support.”

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