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CompTIA recognises CDIA+ certification supporters
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) has recognised four organisations for their support of the CompTIA Certified Document Imaging Architect (CDIA+) certification.
CDIA+ certification is designed to validate the knowledge of professionals who deliver document imaging solutions.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. received the Strongest Advocate award for 'excellence in promoting CompTIA CDIA+ certification to their channel partners'.
Three organisations received awards for having the highest number of staff certified in CompTIA CDIA+. These were: Ricoh Corporation in the hardware manufacturer category, Hyland Software Inc. in the software manufacturer category, and Lanier Worldwide Inc. in the reseller category.
John Venator, president and chief executive officer of CompTIA, said: "Industry acceptance of a professional certification is heavily influenced by the commitment and support received from leaders in that industry.
"By training and certifying knowledgeable and qualified document imaging and management specialists these four organisations are assuring their customers will receive the expertise that is most appropriate for their business needs. We are extremely pleased to recognise the contributions of these organisations.
According to CompTIA, more than 7,000 individuals around the world hold CompTIA CDIA+ certification.
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