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Skyward CEO 'in shock' over decision on SIS vendor

2:24 AM, Feb. 5, 2013
Skyward Inc. CEO Cliff King stands outside of his company's corporate offices at 5233 Coye Drive in Stevens Point.
Skyward Inc. CEO Cliff King stands outside of his company's corporate offices at 5233 Coye Drive in Stevens Point.
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Skyward Inc. CEO Cliff King had no other words to explain how he felt when he learned last Friday that his company had been passed over for the state contract to provide student information systems to all Wisconsin school districts and nondistrict charter schools.

"Initially, I was in shock," said King. "Once you get past that, you take a look at the information you have and decide how to move forward."

That means the company will appeal the decision, but if that appeal is unsuccessful, King said, the company cannot grow in Wisconsin. ...

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