ST. GEORGE, Utah, Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Wilson Electronics (www.WilsonElectronics.com), manufacturer of North America's top-selling line of cellular signal boosters, will kick off the Wilson Certified Installer program with a training and certification session at CEDIA Expo 2012.
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The Wilson Certified Installer (WCI) program will include technical installation training, sales tips and best practices, with specific details about WCI partner benefits to be outlined at the CEDIA Expo. Classroom training will be offered at select industry events, and ongoing training sessions will be offered online.
Professionals who become WCI certified will have a greater understanding of Wilson Electronics product lines, technology and installation methodology and best practices. Wilson boosters will provide WCI professionals with solutions for their customers' cellular signal problems as well as an additional source of revenue.
For more information on the WCI program, visit Wilson Electronics in booth 1325 at CEDIA Expo 2012, Sept. 5-8, in the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis. The training and certification session is scheduled at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7 in Room 124. To register for the seminar, go to http://www.cedia.net/expo/2012-att-register.php, and use course code MPT1115.
About Wilson Electronics, Inc.
Wilson Electronics, Inc., a leader in the wireless communications industry for more than 40 years, designs and manufactures a wide variety of cell phone signal boosters, antennas and related components that significantly improve cellular communication in mobile, indoor, and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. All Wilson products are engineered, assembled and tested in the company's U.S.-based headquarters. Wilson boosters fully comply with FCC regulations for cellular devices and are FCC type accepted and Industry Canada certificated. Wilson Electronics has developed and patented microprocessor-controlled signal booster technology, which protects cell sites by preventing network interference due to oscillation or site overload. For more information, visit www.wilsonelectronics.com.
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