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State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio Goes Live on V3 Benefits Administration System
Date:1/13/2010

NEW YORK, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Vitech Systems Group, Inc., a leading provider of software to public retirement organizations, announced today that it has just completed a major V3 Benefit System implementation for the State Teachers Retirements System of Ohio (STRS Ohio). V3 was implemented for STRS Ohio as a replacement to their legacy contributions, pension, disbursement, and customer service systems.

STRS Ohio is one of the nation's premier retirement organizations, serving over 450,000 active, inactive and retired Ohio public educators. The V3 Benefits System is now used by STRS Ohio to maintain participant demographics, bill and collect employer contributions, administer pension benefits, and process health benefit enrollments. STRS Ohio also uses V3's customer service, workflow, and extensive reporting capabilities.

"We are very pleased that the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio is now running the V3 Benefits System as their enterprise solution," said Frank Vitiello, President of Vitech. "STRS Ohio is a premier organization and this successful V3 implementation reflects positively both on V3's capabilities and on STRS Ohio's dedication to providing the highest levels of service to its customers."

Vitech provided related services including project management, solution design, solution integration, data conversion, quality assurance, and training.

About the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio

State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio is recognized as one of the nation's premier retirement systems, serving 458,500 active, inactive and retired Ohio public educators. With investment assets of $72.6 billion as of June 30, 2008, STRS Ohio is one of the largest public pension funds in the country. In 2007–2008, STRS Ohio paid more than $4.3 billion in service retirement, disability and survivor benefits plus $540 million for optional health care coverage.

About Vitech Systems Group, Inc.

Vitech Systems Group, Inc. is a leading provider of software and services to the benefits administration community. Vitech's V3 System is the choice of organizations serving a combined 7,000,000+ participants. Headquartered in New York City, Vitech provides its clients with proprietary enterprise software, related implementation services, subject matter expertise and business processing support. Vitech's clients include city, county, state and Taft-Hartley benefit funds nationwide. For more information about Vitech or the V3 Software visit www.vitechinc.com or e-mail sales@vitechinc.com.

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