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Billhighway

May 17, 2010 05:00 ET

Billhighway and Kappa Alpha Theta Form Partnership

Fraternity Will Utilize System to Raise the Bar in Finance and Accounting Management

TROY, MI--(Marketwire - May 17, 2010) -  Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity (KAΘ) has chosen Billhighway as their web-based financial and accounting partner. With this formalized partnership, Kappa Alpha Theta will bring all of its chapters onto Billhighway's system by fall 2010. Kappa Alpha Theta will use Billhighway's Global product to manage general ledger accounting, membership management, cash management and to track overall chapter finances.

"Kappa Alpha Theta is pleased to announce our partnership with Billhighway," says Suzanne McLemore, Kappa Alpha Theta Vice President of Finance & Facilities. "By partnering with such a strong organization, we have taken the Fraternity to the next level in regard to chapter finances. We look forward to working with the leader in financial and accounting management."

"We're very excited about beginning our partnership with Kappa Alpha Theta," says Mike Obrzut, Chief Financial Officer of Billhighway. "Their dedication and service to their members is extremely impressive and by using Billhighway, it allows them to spend more time advancing their mission rather than managing finances."

Founded in 1870, Kappa Alpha Theta is part of the National Panhellenic Conference and was the first Greek-letter women's fraternity in the nation. The Kappa Alpha Theta Headquarters is located in Indianapolis and has over 12,000 collegiate members and 125 active chapters. For more information, visit kappaalphatheta.org.

Billhighway is the leader in Financial Performance Optimization for membership-based groups, providing the web-based system that helps organizations enjoy improved financial health, operate more efficiently, and reduce the risk of fraud. The company's proprietary, all-in-one system comprehensively manages group finances and accounting -- offering a powerful combination that helps enable organizations to spend more time advancing their mission rather than managing finances. This improved operational efficiency and financial performance can be achieved in organizations of nearly any size and type, including professional associations, community-based organizations, athletic leagues, and Greek organizations.

Since forming in 1999, Billhighway has processed $2.4 billion in transactions for thousands of membership-based organizations.

To learn more about Billhighway, visit www.billhighway.com or call 1.866.BILLHWY.

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