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Testcraft Goes Live at INPO, Provare Testing and Validation a Success

Alpharetta, GA, June 15, 2013 – Provaré Technology is pleased to announce that it has completed the testing and data validation of Testcraft for the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) and that Testcraft successfully went live today with no problems experienced or reported. “This has been a long and complex effort and was certainly… Read more »

INPO Moves to Testcraft, Engages Provaré Technology for Testing and Data Validation

Alpharetta, GA, April 11, 2012 – Provaré Technology is pleased to announce that the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) National Academy for Nuclear Training eLearning (NANTeL) division has engaged Provaré to perform all of the testing and data validation associated with its transition to the Ingenious Group’s Testcraft for online exam administration and scoring…. Read more »

Provaré Technology Continues Growth with Expanding Client Base & Community Outreach

Alpharetta, GA, August 28, 2011 – Provaré Technology, Inc. continues to accelerate its focus and specialization in helping technology-enabled teams become more efficient and effective. Recent clients include OPTI Medical, where we have provided critically needed testing to ensure the timely release of their lactate and LION analyzers and are helping their software development team… Read more »

Provaré Joins AT&T in Sponsoring On Wings of Eagles Golf Tournament

Alpharetta, GA, February 5, 2009 — Provaré Technology has joined AT&T in its campaign to support Junior Achievement of Georgia via sponsorship of this year’s On Wings of Eagles Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held on April 27, 2009 at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, Georgia. “Helping young people understand business concepts is a driving… Read more »

Provaré Technology Sees Record Sales in 2008

Alpharetta, GA, February 2, 2009 – Provaré Technology today announced that its 2008 sales were up almost 200% from 2007 levels. This amazing increase in sales came in a year that most businesses would rather forget. In 2008, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 34%; the bottom fell out of the US housing market; global… Read more »