SCT Appoints Stuart Young Senior Vice President of Sales, SCT Global Education Solutions

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from SCT

    MALVERN, Pa., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- SCT (Nasdaq: SCTC), a leading
 e-business solutions provider to the education, utilities, government, and
 process manufacturing and distribution markets, has named Stuart Young senior
 vice president of sales for SCT's market-leading global education solutions
 business.  He replaces Ron Rasmussen, who is retiring from a full time
 position and is expected to remain as a consultant to the company for
 approximately two years, reporting to Mike Chamberlain, SCT president, global
 operations.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20001006/PHF017LOGO )
     Young had been managing director of SCT International, where he led the
 growth and development of three SCT businesses in Europe: education,
 manufacturing and distribution, and utilities solutions.  He will report to
 Bob Moul, president of SCT's education solutions business unit.
     "I'm thrilled to have Stu Young join my team," said Moul.  "He combines
 solid executive-level experience with an outstanding sales management career
 at SCT and other leading companies.  His ability to instill that winning
 business attitude in his sales team will be invaluable as we continue to lead
 the education solutions market."
     Young brings more than twenty years of technology industry experience,
 having held sales, marketing, and management positions of increasing
 responsibility, including six years of executive experience with SCT.  Prior
 to managing the international business, Young led the sales organization for
 SCT services for nearly four years.  During this time, he redefined the
 services sales process, developed a comprehensive set of sales metrics,
 organized the sales force along industry lines, and integrated the sale of
 outsourcing, systems integration, and consulting services.
     Prior to SCT, Young worked for EMC Corporation, where, as district
 manager, he increased sales from $18 million in 1992 to $74 million in 1994.
 He was named district manager of the year for 1993 and 1994.  He also held a
 district manager position with Hitachi Data Systems, where he earned their
 worldwide district manager of the year award in 1990.  Previously, he held
 sales management positions with IBM.
     Young holds a bachelor of science degree from Miami University of Ohio.
 
     About SCT
     The education market technology leader, SCT works collaboratively with
 clients, providing net-centric solutions that combine its competencies,
 industry expertise and vision.  SCT helps institutions strengthen
 relationships with students, faculty, staff, and alumni to achieve
 significant, measurable results.  SCT serves more than 1,100 higher education
 clients throughout the United States, Canada, and worldwide, representing more
 than 8 million students.  In addition to education, SCT provides specific
 solutions for three other industry markets: energy, utilities and
 communications; process manufacturing and distribution; and government.  SCT
 has more than 3,400 employees and serves more than 2,900 clients worldwide.
 The company is headquartered in Malvern, Pa. in the Greater Philadelphia area.
 For more information, visit www.sct.com.
     The matters discussed in this press release that are forward-looking
 statements are based on current management expectations that involve risks and
 uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
 anticipated.  Potential risks and uncertainties include, without limitation,
 the success of SCT's restructuring efforts; SCT's ability to market and
 deliver services efficiently and cost effectively; the ability of the Company
 to grow its services offerings; competitive and pricing pressures in the
 markets that the Company serves; the Company's ability to attract and retain
 highly skilled technical, managerial, sales and marketing personnel; general
 economic conditions; and other risks and uncertainties more specifically set
 forth in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
 
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SOURCE SCT
    MALVERN, Pa., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- SCT (Nasdaq: SCTC), a leading
 e-business solutions provider to the education, utilities, government, and
 process manufacturing and distribution markets, has named Stuart Young senior
 vice president of sales for SCT's market-leading global education solutions
 business.  He replaces Ron Rasmussen, who is retiring from a full time
 position and is expected to remain as a consultant to the company for
 approximately two years, reporting to Mike Chamberlain, SCT president, global
 operations.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20001006/PHF017LOGO )
     Young had been managing director of SCT International, where he led the
 growth and development of three SCT businesses in Europe: education,
 manufacturing and distribution, and utilities solutions.  He will report to
 Bob Moul, president of SCT's education solutions business unit.
     "I'm thrilled to have Stu Young join my team," said Moul.  "He combines
 solid executive-level experience with an outstanding sales management career
 at SCT and other leading companies.  His ability to instill that winning
 business attitude in his sales team will be invaluable as we continue to lead
 the education solutions market."
     Young brings more than twenty years of technology industry experience,
 having held sales, marketing, and management positions of increasing
 responsibility, including six years of executive experience with SCT.  Prior
 to managing the international business, Young led the sales organization for
 SCT services for nearly four years.  During this time, he redefined the
 services sales process, developed a comprehensive set of sales metrics,
 organized the sales force along industry lines, and integrated the sale of
 outsourcing, systems integration, and consulting services.
     Prior to SCT, Young worked for EMC Corporation, where, as district
 manager, he increased sales from $18 million in 1992 to $74 million in 1994.
 He was named district manager of the year for 1993 and 1994.  He also held a
 district manager position with Hitachi Data Systems, where he earned their
 worldwide district manager of the year award in 1990.  Previously, he held
 sales management positions with IBM.
     Young holds a bachelor of science degree from Miami University of Ohio.
 
     About SCT
     The education market technology leader, SCT works collaboratively with
 clients, providing net-centric solutions that combine its competencies,
 industry expertise and vision.  SCT helps institutions strengthen
 relationships with students, faculty, staff, and alumni to achieve
 significant, measurable results.  SCT serves more than 1,100 higher education
 clients throughout the United States, Canada, and worldwide, representing more
 than 8 million students.  In addition to education, SCT provides specific
 solutions for three other industry markets: energy, utilities and
 communications; process manufacturing and distribution; and government.  SCT
 has more than 3,400 employees and serves more than 2,900 clients worldwide.
 The company is headquartered in Malvern, Pa. in the Greater Philadelphia area.
 For more information, visit www.sct.com.
     The matters discussed in this press release that are forward-looking
 statements are based on current management expectations that involve risks and
 uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
 anticipated.  Potential risks and uncertainties include, without limitation,
 the success of SCT's restructuring efforts; SCT's ability to market and
 deliver services efficiently and cost effectively; the ability of the Company
 to grow its services offerings; competitive and pricing pressures in the
 markets that the Company serves; the Company's ability to attract and retain
 highly skilled technical, managerial, sales and marketing personnel; general
 economic conditions; and other risks and uncertainties more specifically set
 forth in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
 
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