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Allied Plus Member Campus Management Corporation
777 Yamato Rd. Ste 400
Boca Raton, FL 33431-4498
Contact: Mr. Jim Polit, Senior Marketing Research Lead
Phone: (866) 397-2537
Fax: (561) 999-0096
www.campusmanagement.com
info@campusmanagement.com

More than 1,700 colleges, universities, foundations, and other organizations in 26 countries rely upon Campus Management Corp® enterprise software products and services. The CampusVue® Ecosystem is a vision for a fully integrated, centralized administrative and e-Learning platform that unifies services, academic delivery, administrative management, and reporting for the range of public, private, and proprietary postsecondary institutions. The ecosystem includes the CampusVue Student administrative system and CampusVue Portal solution, as well as Talisma® Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) and fundraising software. CampusVue Student is used by 78 percent of the largest U.S.-based career and online colleges. Additional offerings include performance analytics software, financials, HR, and payroll solutions. Campus Management employs associates worldwide, providing clients with a full range of consulting, implementation, support, training, and integration services. For more information, visit www.campusmanagement.com.

Allied Plus Member Collegiate Housing Services
5175 E 65th St
Indianapolis, IN 46220-4816
Contact: Mr. David D. Neal, President
Phone: (317) 920-2600
Fax: (317) 920-2608
www.housingservices.com
dneal@housingservices.com

Collegiate Housing Services provides Career Colleges, Community Colleges, and Universities a customized housing service, focused on the necessary components of providing an affordable and positive living experience for their students. With expertise in Property Development and Management, as well as University Resident Life and Student Services, we are focused on developing the most comprehensive student housing solutions.


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