shows end users they’re dealing with high quality engineers with all the knowledge and skills to design and implement an effective RFID solution.
Oakbrook Terrace, Ill. (Vocus) April 9, 2008
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), the world’s leading provider of vendor-neutral certifications for technology professionals, will reward individuals with CompTIA RFID+ certification in a special way at next week’s RFID Journal Live! conference.
RFID Journal Live! 2008, the world’s largest RFID conference and exhibition is scheduled for April 16-18 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev. CompTIA will exhibit in Booth 559.
RFID professionals who have earned their CompTIA RFID+ certification are invited to visit CompTIA in Booth 559 to receive a “CompTIA RFID+ Certified” lapel pin. All they need to do is show their CompTIA identification card that is presented to everyone who passes a CompTIA certification exam, including RFID+.
For IT professionals interested in obtaining this valued industry certification, an on-site certification preparation course will be offered at RFID Journal Live! RFID4U, a leading provider of RFID training courses, will deliver the fast-track training. Individuals who participate in the on-site training and pass the exam can obtain their “CompTIA RFID+ Certified” lapel pin by visiting Booth 559 and showing their exam score report For more information on CompTIA RFID+ training at RFID Journal Live! visit http://www.rfidjournalevents.com/live/certification.php.
The CompTIA Radio Frequency Identification (RFID+) certification validates the knowledge and skills of technical professionals who work with RFID technology.
According to Patrick Sweeney II, chief executive officer of ODIN technologies, a leader in RFID engineering and integration services and automation software, attaining CompTIA RFID+ certification “shows end users they’re dealing with high quality engineers with all the knowledge and skills to design and implement an effective RFID solution.”
“It also creates a threshold for what new hires need to know when we bring them aboard,” he added. “If they’ve already earned CompTIA RFID+, that’s a good indicator that they can provide quality service to customers.”
For more information on CompTIA RFID+, visit CompTIA at Booth 559 at RFID Journal Live! in Las Vegas, or go to http://certification.comptia.org/rfid/.
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is the voice of the world's $3 trillion information technology industry. CompTIA membership extends into more than 100 countries and includes companies at the forefront of innovation; the channel partners and solution providers they rely on to bring their products to market; and the professionals responsible for maximizing the benefits organizations receive from their technology investments. For more information, visit http://www.comptia.org.
Director, Corporate Communications
sostrowski @ comptia.org
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