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Ellucian® Acquires CampusIT to Accelerate Delivery of New Solutions

Ellucian® is pleased to announce the acquisition of CampusIT, a provider of student management systems for higher education institutions in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The acquisition furthers Ellucian’s strategy of bringing innovative technology solutions to the higher education community. It also now makes Ellucian one of the largest providers of solutions for higher, further, and vocational education in the UK and Ireland.

CampusIT, headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, builds cloud-based student management and recruitment systems for progressive educational institutions. CampusIT works with customers who are eager to embrace new and emerging technology for managing student interactions.

“The flexible design of CampusIT’s solutions accelerates our ability to respond to the evolving and varying needs of our global community. By leveraging the experience of its employees and its innovative customer software, we are strengthening our ability to support the growing number of non-traditional and non-degree educational programs,” said Mark Jones, chief product officer, Ellucian.

Ellucian’s strategic investment in its core administrative systems: Banner® by Ellucian, Colleague® by Ellucian, and PowerCampus™ by Ellucian is unchanged. The company also remains committed to its Ellucian Extensible Ecosystem, a flexible and open foundation that spans its administrative systems to make deploying and updating solutions faster, easier, and at a lower cost of ownership.

“We are excited to welcome the customers of CampusIT to Ellucian,” said Toby Williams, senior vice president, corporate development, Ellucian. “They are joining an engaged and collaborative community of users. And they are now supported by a global company with deep expertise in higher education and an extensive portfolio of solutions and services.”

“Ellucian is a highly respected and visionary company with a long history of providing technology solutions that meet the most pressing needs of higher education institutions throughout the world,” said CampusIT CEO Tony Sheridan. “The company is a strong strategic partner for our customers and a good cultural fit for our employees. We are excited that we are part of Ellucian, now one of the largest provider of solutions for higher, further, and vocational education in the UK and Ireland, and the largest globally.”

About CampusIT

CampusIT is a software company based in Ireland serving the further, higher, and continuing education markets in the UK and Ireland. The company delivers web-based student recruitment and student information systems to customers on-premise and increasingly from its secure cloud hosting facility. CampusIT provides customers with innovative software solutions and business change management consulting to optimize student interactions.

About Ellucian

Ellucian helps education institutions thrive in an open and dynamic world. We deliver a broad portfolio of technology solutions, developed in collaboration with a global education community, and provide strategic guidance to help education institutions of all kinds navigate change, achieve greater transparency, and drive efficiencies. More than 2,400 institutions in 40 countries around the world look to Ellucian for the ideas and insights that will move education forward, helping people everywhere discover their futures through learning. Visit Ellucian at www.ellucian.com, follow Ellucian on Twitter (@EllucianInc), and like Ellucian on Facebook (/EllucianInc).

Banner®, Colleague®, and Ellucian® are trademarks of Ellucian Company L.P. or its affiliates and are registered in the U.S. and other countries. Ellucian PowerCampus™ is a trademark of Ellucian Company L.P. or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. © 2009–2013 Ellucian Company L.P. and its affiliates.

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