CAPINC's SolidWorks Training Program Approved for Montgomery GI Bill Benefits

MANCHESTER, NH -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Jun 26, 2008 -- CAPINC (Computer-Aided Products), a leading regional reseller of CAD/FEA/PDM software, has had their SolidWorks Essentials program approved for veterans and other eligible dependents who receive the Montgomery GI benefit program. CAPINC is licensed to operate a SolidWorks (Computer-Aided Design Software) Training Program through the State of New Hampshire Postsecondary Education Commission, Career School Licensing function.

"We hope that access to SolidWorks training will assist returning veterans in rejoining the civilian workforce," said Dana Seero, president of CAPINC. "Along with their flexibility, leadership skills, maturity and work ethic, such skills make military veterans valuable additions to any establishment. Hiring veterans is good business."

About CAPINC (Computer-Aided Products)

CAPINC was awarded number one in customer satisfaction in North America in 2006 by SolidWorks Corp. CAPINC is a leading regional reseller of CAD/FEA/PDM software, rapid prototyping systems, training, consulting, and support. Our engineering staff provides outstanding support for Dimension 3D printers, SolidWorks, COSMOSWorks®, and PDMWorks® Enterprise customers throughout New England. For more information about CAPINC, visit the website ( www.capinc.com) or call 800.424.2255.

About the NH Postsecondary Education Commission

The NH Postsecondary Education Commission is a coordinating state agency working with colleges, universities and career schools in all sectors (profit and non profit; independent and public) to protect students and promote access through financial aid. Responsibilities include administering seven financial aid programs; approving degree-granting colleges and universities, and licensing career schools that have a physical presence in NH; approving programs for eligible veterans utilizing their Montgomery GI Bill benefits; providing copies of closed school transcripts to former students; and conducting research and studies related to postsecondary education.

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Contacts:
Bonnie Fladung
Director of Marketing
CAPINC
800.424.2255 x1105

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