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Campus Management Appoints Jim Milton as Chief Executive Officer

BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Campus Management Corp. ("Campus Management" or the "Company"), a leading provider of enterprise software products and services for higher education, announced today the appointment of Jim Milton as its Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. 

Campus Management Appoints Jim Milton as Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Milton brings to Campus Management more than 30 years of experience at a range of innovative technology companies, where he has successfully led product expansions, mergers, acquisitions and sales strategies. Mr. Milton will spearhead initiatives to enhance Campus Management's market leadership position in student information and CRM solutions for both proprietary and traditional higher education institutions, execute its technology roadmap and accelerate the Company's next phase of growth as it continues to roll out its next generation student information system and CRM, CampusNexus.

"I am pleased we were able to attract a professional of the caliber of Jim Milton to guide Campus Management through an important, transformational period in both the Company's history and in the higher education sector.  Jim's experience in growing innovative technology companies will be of great value as we address the challenges of today's post-secondary education market," said Robert A. Bernstein, member of the Campus Management Board of Directors and Senior Managing Director and Co-Founder of Leeds Equity Partners. "As our new CEO, Jim will capitalize on the direction established by our senior management team for the continued rollout of CampusNexus and support the numerous institutions that rely on Campus Management to help them navigate new education models, meet funding challenges, attract and retain new students."

Most recently, Mr. Milton served as CEO, president and director of SoundBite Communications, a SaaS/Cloud-provider of multi-channel communication solutions. During his tenure he transformed and expanded the company's product offerings, orchestrated and integrated two acquisitions and directed its ultimate sale to Genesys in 2013.

"After numerous meetings and discussions with the executive team at Campus Management and Leeds Equity Partners, it became clear that Campus Management is well positioned and will continue to play a central role in helping institutions effectively address the many challenges they face," said Mr. Milton. "With more than 25 years of sector expertise, no organization is more qualified than Campus Management to help institutions address the evolving nature of higher education. The recent release of CampusNexus demonstrates the Company's understanding of and commitment to addressing these issues."   

Prior to SoundBite, Mr. Milton held various executive roles at Intervoice (now part of Convergys), a trailblazer in Interactive Voice Response (IVR) and IP Messaging systems, including that of president and CEO. At Intervoice, Mr. Milton grew revenues, improved profitability and expanded the company's entry into international markets such as China.  Mr. Milton was instrumental in the sale of the company to Convergys in 2008.

Mr. Milton has also held senior sales roles at organizations that include: UGS (now part of Siemens), Digital Equipment Corporation, Compaq Computer Corporation, and Hewlett-Packard Company. He has a bachelor's degree in Mathematics (Joint Honors in Computer Science and Economics) from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada.

About Campus Management Corp.
Campus Management is a leading provider of enterprise software solutions to educational institutions. Over the past 25 years, Campus Management has supported the higher education sector, both proprietary and nonprofits, as well as traditional institutions and other organizations through its best of breed  student information system and constituent relationship management (CRM) software solutions.

Campus Management's solutions are specifically designed to provide institutions the flexibility they need to compete in the ever-changing higher education landscape by offering products that support changes in education delivery, recruitment, financial aid and regulatory compliance. Today, more than 1,700 organizations in 26 countries utilize Campus Management to unite campuses and workflows, improve student outcomes and achieve goals.  

Contact: Lisa Patterson
Campus Management Corp.
561-213-8702 / [email protected]

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