International Institute for Software Testing (IIST)
20 years in business12805 Highway 55 Ste 311
Plymouth, MN 55441-3865
- (763) 546-0075
Additional Phone Numbers
- (877) 438-4478
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BBB File Opened: 05/28/2002
Business Started: 03/24/1997
Business Started Locally: 03/24/1997
Business Incorporated: 03/24/1997 in MN
Type of EntityCorporation
- Eric Coleman, Office Manager
- Magdy Hanna, Chairman & CEO
- Online Education
- Software Testing
- Training Program
- Continuing Education
Products & ServicesAccording to information provided by IIST provides training and consulting in every aspect of QA and Testing. IIST has over 100 courses covering every aspect of software testing. see what other professionals say about IIST courses at http://www.testinginstitute.com/testimonials.php.
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Twin Cities Metro - 11 County
Alternate Business Names
- Software Dimensions Consulting and Training Inc
- International Institute for Software Testing
- International Institute for Software Process
- International Institute for Software Process (IISP)
Methods of Payment
Refund & Exchange Policy:For Online Courses:
we refund the money of any course as long as the access code was not used the access the course material.
For public training:
- Cancellations received within 20 business days before the event will be charged a $100 cancellation fee per course.
- All cancellations received within one week before the event will be liable for the entire fee.
- Substitute attendees for paid registrations will be accepted up until 2 business days before the event.
No substitutions will be permitted the day of the event
International Institute for Software Testing offers consulting and training in promoting disciplined software engineering practices.
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