Train Signal Partners With Transcender to Expand Computer Training

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Rolling Meadows, Ill. — June 5
Train Signal, a provider of IT training, is pleased to announce its partnership with Transcender, a division of Kaplan IT Learning and global provider of award-winning exam preparation software for IT certification tests.

Train Signal will start bundling Transcender’s practice-exam questions to supplement its premium video-training solutions this summer. The practice exams simulate the complexity of the live certification exam to help IT professionals assess their exam preparedness through challenging questions, detailed answer explanations and thorough references.

Transcender is an industry leader in providing practice-exam questions for IT certification exams. The company’s certification practice exams, study guides and online learning courses were chosen as “Best Exam Preparation Product or Service” by Redmond Magazine readers in 2007 for the third consecutive year.

Additionally, Transcender won the Windows IT Pro 2006 Readers' Choice Award in the computer-based training category and was selected as “Best Practice Exam” in 2005 by readers of CertCities.com for the fourth consecutive year.

“Partnering with Transcender will help to solidify Train Signal’s position as a premier provider of computer-based training solutions,” said Train Signal’s director of sales and support, Iman Jalali. “It will substantially enhance our training solution by helping users become better prepared to succeed when they take their IT certification exams.”

The alliance with Transcender fits aptly with Train Signal’s focus on providing its users with realistic training solutions. “We offer real-world IT training that will show you how to apply what you’ve learned in real-world situations and prepare you for the certification exams,” Jalali said. 

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