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CSI's CEO Steve Powless Earns 2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award from Murray State University

PADUCAH, Ky., April 9, 2014Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI), a provider of end-to-end technology solutions that empower financial institutions to remain competitive, compliant and profitable, today announced its chief executive officer, Steve Powless, has been named as one of the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus recipients by the Murray State University Alumni Association. Established in 1962, the Distinguished Alumnus Award is the highest award granted at Murray State, honoring alumni who have fully dedicated themselves to their profession and have helped enhance the lives of others. Powless, who earned his bachelor’s degree in Business from Murray State in 1977, will be recognized along with three other award recipients at an honorary dinner on April 11. After joining CSI in 1987, Powless became the company’s second-ever CEO in 1999 and continues serving in that role today. During his time with CSI, Powless has led the organization’s expansion from a regional core banking processor to a nationally recognized technology solutions provider. The company now delivers a full suite of solutions, including cloud-based managed services, mobile and Internet technology and regulatory compliance solutions. Today, CSI boasts more than 5,000 customers from across the nation and is supported by a staff of more than 1,100 talented employees, including 70 graduates from Murray State University. “As a graduate of the university, I can personally attest to the exceptional quality of education Murray State provides each of its students,” said Powless. “It is a great honor to be recognized for my personal achievements by my alma mater, and I look forward to maintaining a strong connection to Murray State and its students in order to provide the next generation of business leaders with the opportunity to achieve the same level of success.” Outside of his ongoing work with CSI, Powless continues to actively support Murray State by serving on its Telecommunication System Management (TSM) National Advisory Board. He also has previously served the university as a board member for the Western Region Center for Emerging Technology. In addition, CSI funds two annual scholarships to Murray State TSM students and previously made a $100,000 corporate donation to the university’s Paducah campus.

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