Jeremy White steps into new role as President of PrismRBS

LINCOLN, Neb—Nebraska Book Company (NBC) is excited to announce Jeremy White’s promotion to President of PrismRBS. White will oversee PrismRBS and its commitment to continue providing world-class products and services to its new and existing customers. 

Jeremy has been with NBC for nearly five years. During which time he has led the company’s information technology business in various capacities and achieved the cultural shift needed to establish PrismRBS as a leader in the campus technology industry.

“We have seen tremendous leadership from Jeremy, and have confidence in his ability to take PrismRBS to the next level. Jeremy’s leadership on our product roadmap, customer service and people development will ensure PrismRBS achieves its growth targets,” said Jay Amond, President and CEO of Nebraska Book Company.

As President, Jeremy White will continue to oversee the day-to-day operations and execution of the business strategy for PrismRBS. Whether it is in a campus store, food service or a coffee shop, the PrismRBS product suite provides the tools needed to drive sales and create lasting consumer experiences.

“I am excited to take on this new role as President of PrismRBS and deliver on our commitment to provide the best campus-wide retail solutions designed to support our customers’ success,” said Jeremy White, President of PrismRBS. “I look forward to seeing what our amazing PrismRBS team will achieve as we grow our business.”

About PrismRBS

PrismRBS is a technology and software provider for campus retail services and owned by NBC. PrismRBS serves as a partner to over 500 college retailers, providing technology solutions which support student success and strengthen higher education retail across the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. In addition, PrismRBS leads the industry in point-of-sale solutions, real-time dashboards and analytics, back-end inventory software, mobile solutions and eCommerce software and services. For more information about PrismRBS visit