EPTAC Updates Popular IPC Certification Mobile App


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EPTAC Corporation announced that it has released an update to its popular IPC Certification mobile app on both Apple iOS devices and Google Android phones.

Initially released over a year ago, this popular app allows the user to locate and register for IPC Certification classes throughout the United States and Canada. With over thirty programs to choose from, users can locate a class near them, review the class details, locate a date and time that meets with their schedule and register with EPTAC for the class of their choosing all within one simple app.

The new updates include development on the latest Titanium platform supporting 64-bit, Apple’s iOS 8 and Google’s Lollipop – Android 5. With increased performance and load times, easy navigation enhancements and additional filtering options for selecting the exact program to meet your requirements, the new update provides an improved user experience while providing access to over a thousand classes being delivered throughout North America.

“We have been very excited to see the ever increasing number of people downloading our app.” commented Mark Pilkington, President of EPTAC. “With more features to come, our focus has been on a simple graphic design that allows the user to quickly and easily access the best class options in a timely manner and act on that information.”

EPTAC, the most internationally recognized leader in solder training and IPC certification, gives professionals the skills to accelerate their careers and businesses the talent to succeed in this ever-competitive industry. For over 25 years, EPTAC has been helping companies increase quality standards, improve productivity and maximize profits. Headquartered in Manchester, NH, EPTAC delivers the industry best training programs throughout established locations in the United States and Canada.

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