MST (MainStreet Technologies, Inc.) develops and markets software products for financial institutions and government agencies. Founded in 1999, MST was one of the first technology companies to focus on the Internet as a tool rather than a franchise. Our pioneering software solutions and exceptional customer service account for our continuous growth and expansion of our offerings.
MST's financial technology is dedicated to delivering increasingly comprehensive and sophisticated automation to help financial institutions determine their allowance under the current incurred loss model and as they transition to the more exacting and complex calculations required by CECL, the new allowance accounting standard.
MainStreet Technologies is founded
Develops automated loan management system
Develops first automated software solution for the allowance for loan and lease losses (ALLL)
Launches the only national, annual conference on the ALLL
Partners with RMA (Risk Management Association) to offer workshops on the allowance
Pioneers the industry introducing the Virtual Economist
As CEO, Dalton leads MST's human, financial and technological resources, including executing strategy established by the executive team. He is also intimately involved with MST's sales and marketing initiatives.
As President and the company’s chief technology executive, Michael oversees the development of MST’s software products, managing the MST development team in the creation of leading-edge data management and documentation solutions for financial institutions and government.
Margie has served as MST secretary-treasurer since the founding of the business. With the growth of the company, her role has expanded to include management of all accounting and human resource functions. Under her financial management, the company has been profitable from year one.
John heads up the Technical Sales Group. Since 2005, he has been MST’s primary contact with financial institutions, working one-on-one with credit and risk professionals in financial institutions to analyze their reserve calculation processes and implement the MST Loan Loss Analyzer platform.
Since 2004, Chris has been dedicated to the development of advanced technology solutions related to the Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL). He works with institutions throughout the U.S. to automate and streamline their ALLL methodologies, and presents regularly through webinars and at conferences.
Russell's responsibilities include managing technical support and the tech support group for both MST financial institution and government clients, ensuring a superior level of accuracy and responsiveness.
Ryan leads and manages client project implementations, seeing that each client system is built and delivered per agreed upon specifications.
Laura is MST clients’ primary point of contact with the company. Her responsibilities include acting as client advocate, which involves managing client renewals, reporting outstanding issues, and resolving client issues accurately and expediently.
Sandy oversees the MST department responsible for initial contact with bankers and credit union officials. Her team provides education on the value, tools and applications for automating the allowance and credit risk management practices.
Gus works directly with prospective clients to analyze their allowance estimation needs and recommend appropriate solutions. He oversees the client relationship from the time of purchase through the implementation of their system.
Natalie works with MST financial institution clients to maximize the benefits of automating their allowance processes with the MST Loan Loss Analyzer. Her role includes educating clients and prospective clients on MST solutions as well as on regulatory issues such as FASB’s CECL guidance.
Brandy is responsible for maintaining consistency in the company brand through all its iterations. This includes marketing materials, such as whitepapers and webinars, blog posts and other messaging, as well as planning the annual MST National ALLL Conference, the nation’s only conference dedicated to the allowance.