MADISON, WI – Madison Area Technical College (MATC) has welcomed Unified Technologies Inc. as the latest company to contribute to its Partnership for Educational Progress (PEP) Program. Garth Yeazel, president of Unified Technologies, is a 1987 graduate from MATC’s Business Program, where he received an Associate’s Degree in Computer Programming.
He developed a maintenance tracking software program called “ARMS” (Asset & Reliability Management System), which will be used by the Cabinetmaking & Millwork Program to implement maintenance and tracking schedules for machinery in the program. Garth originally developed his software for a local company, and now is preparing to market it nationally. MATC will serve as a test site to help further refine user needs.
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