WCAS

AcronymDefinition
WCASWeinberg College of Arts and Sciences
WCASWaterloo Centre for Atmospheric Sciences (Ontario, Canada)
WCASWinnebago County Animal Services (Rockford, IL)
WCASWoods College of Advancing Studies (Boston College; Massachusetts)
WCASWestmorland County Agricultural Society (UK)
WCASWeather, Climate, and Society (American Meteorological Society journal)
WCASWarfighter Communication Assessment System (US DoD)
WCASWorld Council of Arya Samaj
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WCAS currently has investments in companies, including Alert Logic, Clearwater Analytics, NEWAsurion and QuickBase.
WCAS general partner Eric Lee commented that working with TransFirst had been a rewarding experience and declared his confidence in the company's future growth prospects as a Vista Equity portfolio company.
WCAS and TransFirst partnered to drive several strategic growth and operating initiatives, including the build-out of a world class management team, investments in the Company's proprietary integrated technology platform, focused improvements across key operating disciplines, and the successful development of multi-channel distribution and processing capabilities.
The CUSU Guide to Excellence stated: "Technology, information and enterprise are three words synonymous with today's global economy and the three words at the heart of WCAS.
The reason given by WCAS was a pending investigation of Centennial by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, relating to four of its facilities.
NEW YORK -- WCAS Fraser Sullivan Investment Management ("WCAS-FS") announced today that the U.
Peak 10 also completed a dividend recapitalization in October 2012, and WCAS received USD190m.
Since its founding in 1979, WCAS has organized 14 limited partnerships with total capital over $15 billion.
WCAS was founded in 1979 and has organized 14 limited partnerships with total capital over $14 billion.
Franck Gougeon, President and CEO and AGA's majority shareholder, commented, "As a partner, WCAS brings many advantages, most important of which is their extensive healthcare industry knowledge and experience.
Prior to joining WCAS and Alston & Bird, Scully was appointed by President George W.
the Company will use up to $340 million of the proceeds from the WCAS financing to repurchase certain of its senior notes through a "Modified Dutch Auction" and $10 million of the proceeds to refinance a portion of its senior credit facility; and