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JPL named to watch list for content development

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Swatara Township-based JPL Integrated Communications Inc. last week was again named to the watch list of content development companies by Training Industry Inc.

Also named to last year's list, JPL was one of 13 global training companies selected this year.

The selections are based on industry visibility; innovation and impact; capability to develop and deliver multiple types of content; company size and growth potential; depth and breadth of subject matter expertise; quality of clients and geographic reach.

Each company that participates undergoes extensive research, including thorough analysis of their capabilities, experience and expertise.

"With an impressive selection of initial clients and range of training solutions, many of these companies are poised for steady growth in the training industry," said Doug Harward, CEO of Training Industry Inc.

Learning solutions continues to be a growing part of JPL's overall business, company leaders told the Business Journal earlier this year.

"We appreciate this recognition from It demonstrates our growth as a worldwide leader in creating innovative, results-oriented approaches to developing and delivering learning content," said Luke Kempski, JPL's president.

JPL added to its arsenal with the January purchase of Maryland-based d'Vinci Interactive, an interactive development company that creates websites, Web and mobile applications and e-learning experiences for educational and training purposes.

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