from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Bachelor of Business Administration


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  • The UCMS reports that 8.5 percent of college students drop out of school each year due to debt and financial pressure.

    Uloop: Credit Cards in College: A Financial Stepping-Stone or Setback?

  • Another service UCMS now offers is an online scheduling service called FlexForce, which simplifies staff scheduling with templates for such industries as restaurants, airlines and transportation fleets.

    Esther Dyson: Flight School: The Lord Will Provide

  • Aegis, through its affiliate Aegis BPO Services Australia Pty Ltd., will pay A$0. 98 a share in cash for UCMS 'shares - a premium of 133% over the May 14 closing price of A$0. 42, Aegis BPO and UCMS Group said in a joint statement.

    Aegis to Buy UCMS Group

  • But he remains listed as committee chairman of a consortium between private outsourcing company UCMS and the councils-backed Local Government Association of Queensland, which won a | Top Stories

  • Under the terms of the agreement, Aegis will pay UCMS stockholders AUD 0.98 per share in cash through Aegis BPO Services Australia Pty, which represents a premium of 133\% over closing price of UCMS on May 14, 2009 of AUD 0.42, being the last trading day prior to this announcement.

    The Times of India

  • Aegis†™ Australian affiliate, Aegis BPO Services Australia, will pay UCMS shareholders $0.68 per share, which is a 133\% premium over Thursday†™ s closing price, the company said on Friday.

    The Economic Times

  • UCMS CEO Denice Pitt said that this combination would provide their employees with an opportunity to be a part of a larger enterprise and explore career opportunities in new geographies. “Together, UCMS and Aegis will create operational and client acquisition synergies, †he said.

    The Economic Times

  • UCMS also provides customer lifecycle management (CLM) services to clients in the travel and transport, utilities and retail verticals.

    The Economic Times

  • The decision to buy UCMS will help Aegis expand its presence in the Australian markets. “Almost 80\% of UCMS†™ revenues comes from Australia from verticals like banking, finance services & insurance (BFSI), telecom and healthcare.

    The Economic Times

  • The deal is subject to approval by UCMS shareholders and the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia.

    The Economic Times


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