LaMacchia also held the post of president and chief operating officer of Cincinnati Bell Information Systems from 1983 to 1988.
What does CBIS stand for?
CBIS stands for Cincinnati Bell Information Systems
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Checked Baggage Inspection System
- Chemical Biological Individual Sampler
- Chemical/Biological Information System
- Chinese Biodiversity Information System
- Christian Brothers Investment Services
- Community-Based Information System
- Computer Based Information System
- Concrete Block Insulating Systems, Inc (West Brookfield, MA)
- Content Based Information Security (USJSFCOM ACTD)
- Contracting Business Intelligence System
- Council Bluffs Interstate System (Iowa)
- Credit Based Insurance Scores
- Cross-Borehole Inverse Scattering
- Cudixs Broadcast Interface System
- Customer Billing Information System
Samples in periodicals archive:
CBIS is a registered servicemark and TecNet is a trademark of Cincinnati Bell Information Systems Inc.
Now he is president of the 2,573-employee communications systems group of Cincinnati Bell Information Systems Inc.
s (CBI's) senior notes to 'A-' (Single-A-Minus) from 'A' (Single-A) and its commercial paper to 'D-2' (D-Two) from 'D-1' (D-One) following the company's announcement of its plans to formally separate the Cincinnati Bell Information Systems (CBIS) and MATRIXX telemarketing businesses from the core telecommunications business.
VanderMeulen served as Chief Operating Officer and President of the Communications Systems Group for Cincinnati Bell Information Systems (now Convergys).
Houlberg has nearly 15 years of information technology and telecommunications experience, including more than eight years with Cincinnati Bell Information Systems (CBIS).
He also held positions at Cincinnati Bell Information Systems and ITT/Europe.
CSN's customer care services are provided by two subsidiaries, Cincinnati Bell Information Systems (CBIS billing and customer care) and MATRIXX Marketing, which together generated more than 50% of the company's revenues and more than 80% of its growth in 1996 and the first half of 1997.