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Thursday, August 30, 2018  
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ABACC and CapinCrouse LLP are pleased to announce a strategic alliance designed to gather and analyze data from private higher education institutions.

ABACC has provided our ABACC Data Warehouse for a number of years. The ABACC Data Warehouse contains eight studies, allowing participants to access 270 customizable reports. These reports facilitate benchmarking, historical trend analysis, and support decision making at the administrative and governing board levels.

This alliance will provide ABACC members with a powerful data analysis tool. For the first time, non-ABACC members will have the ability to participate in the studies, dramatically increasing participation in the very first year. Increased participation results in more meaningful data analysis. ABACC Members will have the option to restrict or include the broader audience in their reports.

Participants will receive access to white papers by industry experts summarizing annual results from each study. The results of these research projects will be useful managerial tools for the Christian Higher Education campus.

CapinCrouse is pleased to offer uninterrupted service to ABACC members, and intends to continue these studies and create additional benefit through increased participation and expanded use.

CEATH Company developed the ABACC Data Warehouse and will continue to host and support it under the new alliance.

ABACC will host a 90-minute webinar on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 to introduce the rollout of The ABACC Data Warehouse powered by CapinCrouse. Martin Ramsay, managing director of CEATH Company and Dan Campbell, Director of Higher Education Services for CapinCrouse will lead the webinar and discuss how institutions can use the studies and data. Registration is available through the ABACC website.

The ABACC Data Warehouse allows users to create flexible graphs depicting data in several ways. Graphical presentations can be prepared illustrating trends and using benchmarks against data provided by participating institutions. Learn more at