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CIBER Announces CB Reporting Solution for Texas Colleges and Universities

March 12, 2009

IT services provider CIBER has developed a reporting service to support Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board reporting (CB Reporting) requirements for Texas Colleges and Universities running Oracle's PeopleSoft applications.

CIBER will consolidate the management of these reports within the integrated Oracle PeopleSoft environment. The consolidation will not only enhance reporting capabilities for Texas Colleges and Universities, but will also reduce the resources needed from each school to maintain separate reporting systems.
By using the CB Reporting service, the Colleges and Universities will benefit from reduced management and maintenance of their system while meeting the state reporting requirements. CIBER officials informed that they will maintain the CB Reports to meet the State’s changing standards as well as provide updates for future Oracle PeopleSoft product releases.
CIBER has extensive experience working with the Oracle PeopleSoft applications in the higher education industry. Mike Dillon, senior vice president of CIBER's Higher Education practice expressed his company’s commitment to provide enterprise-wide services for higher education clients.
Dillon continued: “As the leading publicly-traded systems integrator of Oracle PeopleSoft software for Higher Education, we are excited about this solution and our ability to provide the Texas College and University System with the support needed to fulfill the reporting requirements requested by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.”
CIBER is a pure-play international system integration consultancy and outsourcing provider with superior value-priced services and reliable delivery for both private and government sector clients. The company was in news last month when it closed its underwritten public offering of 8 million shares of its common stock at a public price of $2.75 per share.
The company’s officials informed that they will use the net proceeds from this offering to repay a portion of CIBER’s revolving credit facility. The company is giving the underwriters the option to purchase up to an additional 1 million shares from CIBER.

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Edited by Patrick Barnard