Suntell Announces Executive Promotion


Topeka, Kansas (May 17, 2011):  Suntell, makers of Square 1 Credit Suite® for community financial institutions, announced the promotion of Veronica (Ronnie) Wooten to President.  She will have the primary responsibility of overseeing the Development, Customer Service, HR and Accounting functions of the organization.

“Ronnie has been with the company nearly since the company was founded 15 years ago and has been a critical part of the leadership and success of the company,” says Duane Lankard, CEO.

Ms. Wooten joined the company in 1998 as Compliance Analyst and quickly rose to several supervisory and management positions.  Ms. Wooten was the EVP, COO of Suntell prior to being promoted to President.

Ms. Wooten earned a Bachelor of Arts from Ottawa University, Ottawa, KS in Accounting and Economics graduating as a Presidential Scholar and recipient of the Wall Street Journal Award.


About Suntell

Founded by bankers, Suntell ( currently services over 150 financial institutions, ranging from de novo to more than $2 billion in assets, in more than 25 states.  Suntell is the developer of the Square 1 Credit Suite®, which includes products for credit analysis, loan approval and underwriting, risk identification and management, documentation and exception tracking, collections and problem loan workout planning, management information reporting, agricultural underwriting and analysis, loan pipeline and workflow solutions, as well as interfaces to core accounting systems and loan origination systems.  The company is owned by Financial Institution Technologies.


Anna Yang

Financial Institution Technologies


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