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May Anniversaries

May 17th, 2017

May Anniversaries With warmer temperatures and Summer on the horizon, things are about to get crazy for all of us! But we want to take a few minutes to recogize our amazing team members who are celebrating an anniversary this month, before May is long gone. Thanks to these employees for their dedication and loyalty over the years. You have made Tenmast what it is today! Jeremy Bailey – 1 year Nick Katko – 2 years Dwayne Clouse – 2 years Tony Gray – 3 years Jaclyn Huff – 7 years Mike Denny – 17 years Mark Huffer – 20 years Tonya Dawson – 21 years  

May Employee Owner of the Month

May 17th, 2017

May Employee Owner of the Month Chris Pemberton – Director of it All!  Chris is the Employee Owner of the Month! To say he is a hard worker is not enough! With incredible dedication to all of Tenmast and our clients, Chris is known for helping orchestrate and run many pieces of the company! He is very hands on and their is a sense of ease when employees and clients alike know he is in charge, making sure everything works for them. With a strong technology background, he can still “dumb it down” for those of us that don’t understand all the lingo. We are so thrilled he is a big part of our team, day in and day out. Here are some things his peers said about him: “… Always willing to wear different hats.” “… Is a valuable asset to our company.” Thanks for ALL you do, Chris!

Urgent – Be on the lookout – Cyber Threat

May 15th, 2017

Urgent – Be on the lookout – Cyber Threat We want to educate you on a cyber security threat spreading across the globe. The initial attack has been via email. These messages are typically fake invoices, job offers, or other lures which are sent to random email addresses at various organizations with the hope of getting a live person to open it. The author of this virus is going by the names “WannaDecryptor” or “WannaCry.” Within this email will be a zip file. DO NOT CLICK ON THIS FILE. If you click on this attachment, an infection spreads through the network seizing control of all computers, servers, and files. This threat is based on newly stolen NSA technology exploiting flaws in Windows and file shares. As of right now, there is no cure or infection removal process and the only way to get data back Continue Reading…

April Employee Owner of the Month

April 21st, 2017

April Employee Owner of the Month Richard Syrcle – Web Services Richard is the Employee Owner of the Month! To say he is a hard worker is not enough! With incredible dedication to all of Tenmast and our clients, Richard is known for coming in, getting to work and delivering on time! A long time employee, he is the King of web services and has helped many clients start their online applications. Here are some things his peers said about him: “… Is a true professional.” “… Is an asset to Tenmast.” “… Great team member. ” Thanks for ALL you do, Richard!

April Anniversaries

April 21st, 2017

April Anniversaries We want to make sure this busy time doesn’t pass without us recognizing these awesome team members who had an anniversary this month! Thanks to these employees for their dedication and loyalty over the years. You have made Tenmast what it is today! Dave Gilbert – 1 year James Aaron – 1 year Jeff Sewell – 2 years Melissa Newton – 7 years Chris Schiffhauer – 10 years Mike Stoll – 11 years  

WinTen2+ Update – April 5

April 6th, 2017

A WinTen2+ update has been applied to your production and training systems. Click here for a full list of changes and additions included in the update. This information can also be found in the Main Window of WinTen2+ as you open the application.  Have a great week!   Team Tenmast

Opening your 2018 Fiscal Year

March 21st, 2017

Opening your 2018 Fiscal Year If your agency has a March Fiscal Year End it is time for you to open your 2018 fiscal year for all March year ending funds! This will ensure that April checks and other transactions post to General Ledger without any issues. Follow the directions below based on your platform: WinTen2 and WinTen2+: Please follow these instructions at the end of the Fiscal Year! WinTen: Note: Before closing out at the end of the fiscal year, be sure that all accounts that need a close-to-account number have one. Typically, these are accounts 2700 and/or 2810. Perform the normal end-of-month procedure, including initializing into the Year-end period. The Generate Year-End Closing Entries button on the Main Menu becomes active. Click it and follow the procedures detailed in the appropriate section of this manual. Make any necessary manual transactions and post them. Continue Reading…

March Anniversaries

March 20th, 2017

March Anniversaries Thanks to these employees for their dedication and loyalty over the years. You have made Tenmast what it is today! Donnie Belden – 1 year Eric Arnold – 3 years Janice Adams – 7 years Julie Bell – 13 years  

March Employee Owner of the Month

March 20th, 2017

March Employee Owner of the Month Brandi Fister – Accounting Coach Brandi is the Employee Owner of the Month! To say she is a hard worker is not enough! With incredible dedication to all of Tenmast and our clients, Brandi is the definition of diving in and helping! Her hard work and determination is not taken lightly, nor does it go unnoticed, proven by her track record of being announced Employee Owner several times! Here are some things her peers said about her: “… Goes above and beyond.” “… Always willing to answer questions.” “… A pleasure to work with. ” Thanks for ALL you do, Brandi!

UPCS-V and What It Means For You

March 15th, 2017

UPCS-V and What It Means For You HUD is currently running a demonstration program to test a new inspection protocol to replace HQS which is called UPCS-V. The purpose of this page is to explain what UPCS-V is and what it means for you now and in the future. Background: A few years ago, a PHA in Maine, using the HQS inspection protocol, passed the initial RFTA inspection for a mobile home. After a fire in the unit, investigations discovered that the fuel for heat in the mobile home was a barrel of kerosene on saw horses which was fed into the home by a plastic tube that ran through a hole in the wall of the structure. The resulting tragedy was blamed by some on a failure of the HQS inspection protocol. The incident was brought to the attention of one of Maine’s Continue Reading…

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