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Lowry Technology Professionals Achieve Comp-Tia RFID+ Certification

Lowry Computer Products, Inc., a manufacturer and leading integrator of wireless, RFID, bar code and data collection solutions, is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Polly, V.P. of Technical Services and Denis Bishop, V.P. of Technology Selection and Development, are among the first RFID professionals to successfully pass the RFID Certification exam developed by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA®).
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CompTIA the recognized global IT trade association sets industry standards for information technology (IT) skills by developing and offering certification programs in key technology areas.

"Jeff and Denis were involved in the final stage of CompTIA's RFID+ Certification testing before it became available to the public as an official certification program" said Mike Lowry President and CEO of Lowry Computer Products. "They also worked closely with OTA Training in the development of their industry-recognized RFID curriculum which Jeff and Denis now teach in Lowry's on-site RFID Center." Earning a CompTIA RFID+ certification validates an RFID professional's knowledge and skills in the areas of installation maintenance repair and upkeep of hardware and software functionality of RFID products. By offering RFID+ certification to technology professionals CompTIA addresses the current shortage of skilled implementers who can deliver effective RFID solutions.

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