Welcome to the Suntell Perspective, our Quarterly Newsletter! Here you will find information about upcoming product features, events, company info, industry news, and more.
We are growing and needing to expand our development team! We need someone who is self-motivating and adaptable. We are looking for someone located within a 75-mile radius of Topeka, KS, including the Kansas City metro area. Some work will need to be done at the Topeka headquarters, particularly during onboarding, but most work thereafter canl be done as a remote employee.
Check out our job posting on LinkedIn here.
Our primary focus in our current development cycle is Credit Analysis and AgExam, which is a long term project. (that is not new information – I put that in a previous newsletter) We are making a significant financial investment as a company to develop a robust underwriting product. During this cycle, we will not be addressing any other change requests to the LMS, while we focus our energy on the development of these areas. You are welcome to submit requests during this time, and we are keeping track of them for future projects, but we want to make you aware of the timeframe before they can be considered for implementation. Thank you for your patience.
Training & Support News
Regional Training 2016
We are finalizing plans for our Regional Training event of 2016. This event has been hugely successful in the past due to high participation and attendance so we are very excited to host the event again this year! We are finalizing the details, but our location will be Kansas City in late Spring. The cost will be very similar to previous events: around $575/attendee. Watch for more information soon!
Message from the CEO:
Wow - what just happened? In the course of the first 3 weeks of 2016, the stock market is off to its worst start of a new year in its entire history. Did anyone see that coming? Maybe, but certainly not that quick and sharp. I was reminded of the fact that we have been in an 8 year bull market since 2008 and that we were probably over due for a 10% - 20% correction. Read the entire article here...
Predictions, Planning & Preparation