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Thursday, Feb 16, 2023 3:59 PM Updated Friday, Feb. 17, 2023 12:09 PM

Durango School District 9-R approves status under new financial reporting conditions

One of the conditions of Juniper School’s charter renewal is that the school will compensate the district for the services of the district finance office during the delayed audit process. (Durango Herald file)

Durango School District 9-R Board of Education has approved The Juniper School’s charter renewal for a two-year probationary period.

The agreement will go through the 2024-25 school year. During that time, Juniper plans to add seventh grade in 2023-24 and eight grade in 2024-25 after adding sixth grade this year.

The approval came after the process was postponed because the district’s yearly audit was delayed as a result of Juniper failing to turn in financial records by the Dec. 31 deadline.

The school district wanted to stick to a shorter two-year probationary period instead of a longer agreement because the board wanted Juniper to address some of the district’s concerns in a shorter time frame, according to 9-R Board of Education President Kristin Smith.

After going through the audit, the board decided to approve the charter under a few conditions that represented the concerns of the board.

Juniper will submit monthly financial reports to the district’s director of finance which will include a statement of revenues, expenses and any changes in net position.

Smith said this was a way for the district to ensure that financial communication between Juniper and 9-R is transparent and the district wouldn’t have the same issues it ran into this year.

“The audit, I think you could say was severely delayed this year,” Smith said. “Typically, we would have that all wrapped up by the end of December. But Juniper was still submitting documents to the auditors.”

Juniper dealt with staff turnover in September as well as using a new finance software that caused the school to take longer to submit financial records to the district. Smith noted that finding finance employees in the education sector has been hard for schools and districts across Colorado.

Juniper Head of School Philip Werline said the school has hired a new business manager and that it should help with better communication with 9-R over finances.

“He has over two decades of experience with all these processes, and we are very fortunate to get him,” Werline said.

In addition, the approval resolution states that Juniper will utilize and compensate the district for the services of the district finance office to supervise and consult with Juniper staff in carrying out the annual audit.

This aspect of the resolution will be further discussed in a contract negotiation between Juniper and 9-R. However, Smith said the reason for adding that condition was to ensure 9-R finance employees were compensated for the extra work needed to acquire the proper information from juniper for the audit.

The two entities will discuss the exact compensation during the contract negotiations.

Werline said the conditions 9-R listed in the resolution were fair.

“I have nothing but positive things to say about the 9-R board and Dr. Cheser,” Werline said. “It just came down to communication, and this just improves our communication.”

Another condition states that Juniper will provide the board with student math and English language arts assessment data for the beginning of the year, middle of the year and the end of the year to track student proficiency.

Smith said the district does that with all of its schools but really wanted to evaluate how students were performing at Juniper coming out of the pandemic.

“We're really diving into how each student we’re responsible for is doing and we want to make sure that people are working hard to track that so we're not finding out in August that a student was really struggling the year before,” Smith said.

Werline said he is proud of the growth and achievement from Juniper students and believes this will be another opportunity to further discuss accomplishments in the classroom.

What’s more, a resolution condition states Juniper will provide a written statement to the district board describing Juniper’s recruitment and enrollment strategies and practices.

Smith said the state has been looking into charter enrollment and recruiting procedures across the state to ensure the institution maintains good practices when recruiting students.

The board is not concerned about Juniper’s recruitment practices but just wants to be aware of what the school’s process is.

“Charter schools are public schools, so they should be open and available to any child,” Smith said.

The district is trying to ensure that certain students are not being favored over other students in the charter school recruitment process.

Smith said the conditions listed in the resolution did not come from a place of contempt or dissatisfaction for the school.

“Our board is really supportive of Juniper’s success,” Smith said. “We really do believe in school choice and in offering options for our community.”

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Killexams : Juniper targets data-center automation with Apstra update

Juniper Networks is releasing a new version of its Apstra intent-based networking software that includes more extensive configuration capabilities, additional multivendor hardware and software support, and improved environmental analytics.

Apstra keeps a real-time repository of configuration, telemetry and validation information to ensure a network is doing what the enterprise wants it to do. Companies can use Apstra's automation capabilities to deliver consistent network and security policies for workloads across physical and virtual infrastructures.

In addition, Apstra performs regular network checks to safeguard configurations. It's hardware agnostic, so it can be integrated to work with Juniper’s networking products as well as boxes from Cisco, Arista, Dell, Microsoft and Nvidia.

Since it bought Apstra in 2021, Juniper has been on a mission to add features and expand its use to a wider range of data center organizations. The latest upgrades continue that strategy.

Juniper Apstra version 4.1.2 can now push configurations in bulk across hundreds of routing zones, virtual networks and racks, for example. This lets customers more easily allocate virtual networks to new racks or assign multiple new racks all at one time rather than individually. 

Customers can more easily allocate – or deallocate as the case might be – resources and services depending on needs, according to a blog on the new Apstra release by Ben Baker, senior director, Cloud/DC Marketing & Business Analysis, with Juniper.

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Killexams : Juniper Networks Announces 2022 Partner of the Year Winners

Juniper Partner of the Year winners are chosen each year, based on their achievements and innovation in their respective markets and theaters

SUNNYVALE, Calif., February 02, 2023--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, today announced the award winners for the 2022 Juniper Partner of the Year. The annual awards honor top Juniper channel partners across various solutions, markets, and regions spanning the globe. Categories include Enterprise, Service Provider, Cloud Managed Services, Commercial, Alliances, Distribution, Federal VAR and SI, Services, National, Theatre Overall, Rising Star, AI-Driven Enterprise, Cloud-ready Data Center, and Connected Security.

Winners are reviewed across all areas of their business and chosen based on their prior 2022-year outcomes. Award criteria includes a partner’s ability to drive innovative business solutions, exceptional attention to the customer experience, and achievement of their financial goals. Partners can win in multiple categories.

Juniper’s Gordon Mackintosh, Group Vice President of Global Channel & Virtual Sales shared this, "These partners have demonstrated their commitment to Juniper while delivering superior outcomes, earning them Juniper Partner of the Year." Mackintosh went on to say, "Partner-Initiated Deal-Registration continues to grow each year, even during the past two years where supply chain issues had an impact on the entire industry. This extraordinary group of partners have been steadfast and transformational in our growth and Juniper owes them a wealth of gratitude for their contributions. Congratulations to our 2022 Partner of the Year winners, and I look forward to celebrating your outstanding accomplishments at the Partner Executive Summit in Madrid."

This year, there are over forty partners worldwide, who have been given the title of Juniper Partner of the Year. A complete list of the winners can be found on the award site. Juniper will be honoring their partners at the 2023 Juniper Executive Partner Summit in Madrid, Spain, later this month, where close to 500 attendees are expected.

For more information on the 2022 Juniper Partner of the Year award winners visit the award site.

For more information on the Juniper 2023 Juniper Partner Advantage Program, visit

About Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is dedicated to dramatically simplifying network operations and driving superior experiences for end users. Our solutions deliver industry-leading insight, automation, security, and AI to drive real business results. We believe that powering connections will bring us closer together while empowering us all to solve the world’s greatest challenges of well-being, sustainability, and equality. Additional information can be found at Juniper Networks ( or connect with Juniper on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Juniper, Junos, and other trademarks listed here are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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Killexams : Juniper Square Clients Raised $17.5 Billion in Investor Capital in 2022 Using Digital Subscriptions, 61% More Than 2021

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Adoption of digital fundraising tools enables private markets GPs to raise more capital, faster

Juniper Square Digital Subscription Clients Raised 17% More Capital

GPs raise more capital, faster using Juniper Square fundraising tools

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Juniper Square, the leading provider of partnership enablement for the private funds industry, today announced that GPs using the company’s Digital Subscriptions tool raised $17.5 billion in investor capital in 2022; 61% more than the $10.9 billion raised in 2021. The average amount raised per GPs using Digital Subscriptions grew 15% year-over-year to $27 million in 2022, up from $23.4 million in 2021. This marks the third year Juniper Square has tracked a substantial increase in the number of sponsors and amount of funds raised using Digital Subscriptions.

“The accelerating digitization of fundraising is indicative of the new market realities for private fund GPs,” said Matt Lawson, CMO of Juniper Square. “LPs increasingly expect experiences that rival the best digital experience they had as consumers. The data is clear – by digitizing the subscription experience, GPs can raise more capital and close faster with less effort.”

Among more than 1,700 client GPs, 36% use Juniper Square Digital Subscriptions to automate and accelerate the fundraising process by digitally assembling subscription documents, validating data capture and capturing e-signatures. On average, firms that used Digital Subscriptions in 2022 raised 17% more capital per GP compared to those that did not.

“We expect our total equity raised next year will be somewhere between $50 million and $100 million. I think our ability to raise capital is only going to get better as our network continues to expand,” said Tyler Arrington, partner at Staubach Capital. “Whether those deals require $3 million or $30 million, Juniper Square has set us up nicely to execute when we find them.”

For the second year, Juniper Square has released its “Top Fundraisers” list of the 20 most successful GPs that used Digital Subscriptions to raise capital, organized by the amount of investor assets under management (AUM). The 2022 list includes four firms making their second consecutive appearance: Trinity Private Equity Group, Madera Residential, Riaz Capital and Staubach Capital, LLC.

Juniper Square Top 20 Fundraisers of 2022

GPs with $500MM-$2B AUM

  • Trinity Investors

  • Hillpointe, LLC

  • Madera Residential

  • Dalfen Industrial, LLC

  • Al Neyer

GPs with $200MM-$499MM AUM

GPs with $100MM-$199MM AUM

GPs with $50MM-$99MM AUM

Juniper Square’s Digital Subscriptions provides an interactive and dynamic workflow for investors, enabling GPs to deliver a better experience for LPs and eliminate the inefficient back and forth associated with traditional PDF or paper versions of limited partnership agreements. The digital platform manages every step of the subscription process, while providing sponsors with complete visibility and control over progress and commitment amounts.

More information about the fundraising data can be found here.

About Juniper Square 
Juniper Square is the leader in partnership enablement for the private funds industry, offering a universal system for GPs and their LPs to seamlessly connect and communicate across every stage of their partnerships. Juniper Square empowers investment managers to accelerate fundraising, scale operations efficiently and Strengthen investor satisfaction. More than 1,700 GPs rely on Juniper Square to manage more than 300,000 LPs in more than 24,000 private funds.

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Killexams : GARDENING: Juniper not a particularly handsome tree

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In United States they call them red cedars, but north of the 49th, we call them junipers.

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In Canada we know cedars to be the big family of Thujas, pronounced “thuya”. In U.S., Thujas are given the complicated name of Arborvitaes.

To make matters worse, in Canada we don’t really know what to call red cedars, which botanically and properly are named Juniperus virginiana. Some call them Eastern redcedars, while other names that have been floated around include native juniper, Virginian juniper, Eastern juniper and red juniper.

Native junipers can be found growing randomly along roadsides and gravel pathways, in abandoned fields and wherever soil is dry.

Interestingly, native junipers will often be found growing in neglected grassy fields underneath hydro wires. You can guess why. A wonderful story to share with school-aged kids.

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The growing range for native junipers is the east half of the U.S., excluding the warm states of Florida and Texas. In Canada they can be found east of Thunder Bay all the way to the Maritimes.

Native junipers are one of only a handful of conifers that are native and indigenous to Southwestern Ontario. They are not a large growing tree and not particularly pretty. Their shape is upright, often losing their lower limbs with age. Spring and summer colour is rich green, while winter colour is bronzy-brown, a result of wind drawing moisture from their foliage.

A noteworthy characteristic of native juniper is the cherry-red heartwood, evident only when making a fresh cut. Unfortunately, as quickly as the red lumber appears, it turns brownish when exposed to the outdoors.

Birds love nesting in the limbs of native juniper, seeking shelter from cold wind. Needles are sharp, offering protection for birds from predators.

Native junipers, when mature, produce an abundance of berries, covered in light blue powder, appearing in late summer on female plants only. Berries persist through winter and become a major source of food for many birds, especially robins, cardinals, finch and wild turkey.

It is only recently that nurseries have begun to grow and sell native junipers, a response to the growing trend of landscaping with native plants.

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Killexams : Juniper: Q4 Earnings Snapshot No result found, try new keyword!Juniper Networks Inc. (JNPR) on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $180.4 million. The Sunnyvale, California-based company said it had net income of 55 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted ... Tue, 31 Jan 2023 22:22:00 -0600 text/html Killexams : Juniper misses Wall Street’s revenue growth targets and its stock falls

Juniper Networks Inc. saw its stock fall more than 3% in extended trading today after matching expectations on earnings, missing estimates on revenue and offering lower-than-expected guidance for the coming quarter.

The company reported a net income for the fourth quarter of $180.4 million, up from $132.9 million in the same period last year. Earnings before certain costs such as stock compensation came to 65 cents per share, matching Wall Street’s target. Revenue rose almost 12%, to $1.45 billion, slightly below analysts’ consensus estimate of $1.48 billion.

For the full year, Juniper reported a net income of $471 million on total revenue of $5.3 billion, up 12%.

Juniper is a major provider of computer networking hardware such as routers and Ethernet switches. It’s one of the main rivals to Cisco Systems Inc., and also sells software to manage those networks, as well as security tools to protect them against cyberattacks.

Juniper Chief Executive Rami Rahim (pictured) said the company saw “strong business momentum” during the period, achieving a second successive quarter of double-digit year-over-year revenue growth. He added that the company’s enterprise business also put in a record performance in terms of revenue, while its cloud unit delivered its second-highest-ever quarterly revenue.

“Our experience-first networking strategy, focused on leveraging AI and cloud-delivered automation to Strengthen customer operations and the end-user experience, continues to resonate across the markets we serve,” Rahim added. “We believe our differentiated solutions, along with our go-to-market investments and strong backlog, should position us to deliver another year of solid revenue growth in 2023.”

Juniper’s enterprise business segment was the star performer during the quarter, with revenue topping $599.2 million, up from $455.1 million a year earlier. The cloud business also saw sales increase, generating $380.3 million in revenue compared with $333.4 million a year earlier. The only blot was Juniper’s service provider unit, which delivered sales of $469.3 million, down from $511.4 million one year ago.

Holger Mueller of Constellation Research Inc. said the infinite connectivity market that Juniper has helped to define is still growing, albeit slower than before.

“Unfortunately Juniper was unable to manage to expectations, and its investors didn’t like that,” the analyst said. “As a result it’s getting punished on the capital markets today. Juniper’s management needs to do a better job in the next full year.”

Rahim’s promise of revenue growth in 2023 was backed by the company’s guidance for the next quarter, which calls for sales of between $1.29 billion and $1.39 billion. The midpoint of that range suggests revenue growth of 15% compared to the same period a year earlier. Even so, the forecast fell short of Wall Street’s target of $1.42 billion in sales.

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Killexams : Juniper Networks Stock (NYSE:JNPR), Analyst Ratings, Price Targets, Predictions

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Killexams : Juniper Square Appoints Former Envestnet Executive Andina Anderson as Chief Customer Officer

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Anderson to extend Juniper Square’s position as the industry leader in client satisfaction and success

Andina Anderson, Chief Customer Officer at Juniper Square

Juniper Square appoints Andina Anderson as Chief Customer Officer to oversee the company's client onboarding, success, service and support functions.

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Juniper Square, the leading provider of partnership enablement for the private funds industry, today announced the appointment of Andina Anderson as Chief Customer Officer (CCO), responsible for overseeing the company’s client onboarding, success, service and support functions. Today, Juniper Square provides more than 1,700 GPs and 300,000 LPs with a universal system to connect and communicate seamlessly across every stage of their investment partnerships.

“At Juniper Square we aim to provide our customers - investment managers in the private funds industry - with complete solutions to their problems. A deep commitment to the success of our customers is core to our values, and it's why we’re rewarded with a 4.9/5 rating on Capterra and G2Crowd,” said Alex Robinson, CEO and co-founder of Juniper Square.

“As Juniper Square has grown, we now address the needs of GPs of all sizes and across all asset classes. We are incredibly grateful to have Andina Anderson join Juniper Square to lead our customer experience teams,” Robinson continued. “After working with the world’s leading investment advisors for nearly two decades, Andina brings deep expertise enabling clients with the training and services necessary to meet the needs of demanding investors. As our Chief Customer Officer, Andina is uniquely poised to unite our service and segment teams together under a common mission of serving our customer.”

Most recently, Anderson was Chief Client Success Officer for Envestnet (NYSE: ENV), which acquired the investment management software company Tamarac in 2012. As Tamarac’s fifth employee, Anderson created and built the service organization for its software product, then ascended to managing director of client relations before being tapped to head the entire Tamarac business unit for Envestnet. Subsequently, as Chief Client Success Officer at Envestnet, Anderson was responsible for bringing together the Tamarac and Envestnet service teams to create a single service organization across the company’s suite of products and services.

“I jumped at the opportunity to join Juniper Square, which already leads the industry in service with a 99% portal retention rate and 94% customer satisfaction score, a clear validation of its strong leadership and innovative platform for partnership enablement,” said Anderson. “Juniper Square brings a steadfast commitment to fostering a service-oriented culture, and it’s my privilege to lead this charge during the next phase of organizational growth.”

About Juniper Square 
Juniper Square is the leader in partnership enablement for the private funds industry, offering a universal system for GPs and their LPs to seamlessly connect and communicate across every stage of their partnerships. Juniper Square empowers investment managers to accelerate fundraising, scale operations efficiently and Strengthen investor satisfaction. More than 1,700 GPs rely on Juniper Square to manage more than 300,000 LPs in more than 24,000 private funds.

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