Get Certified and Get Recognized with uCertify's PMP Prepkit

Union City, CA (PressExposure) February 25, 2009 -- uCertify, one of the leading and most prominent centers in IT certification Preparation software, announces the launch of Project Management Professional (PMP) PrepKit. This PrepKit is developed and designed especially for employers and individual project managers who are responsible for all aspects of the project for the life of the project. This PMP PrepKit is based on PMBOK Guide - Fourth Edition. According to PMI newsletter, the current exam will retire on 31st May 2009. From June 2009 onwards, the PMP exam will be based on PMBOK Guide- Fourth Edition.

The Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam recognizes an individual's demonstrated understanding of the knowledge and skills to lead and direct project teams. One who obtains and maintains PMI credentials not only gets recognized for his skills and knowledge during the vigorous credentialing process but also shows his dedication to the profession and professional development.

A person getting a PMP certification becomes capable of assembling project teams of credential holders who can reap many rewards ranging from improved processes and results to employee retention. A certified PMP holder acquires expertise to lead and direct cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the constraints of schedule, budget and scope.

The Prepkit which is developed by a dedicated and committed team of uCertify contains 2 interactive practice tests with over 300 challenging questions guaranteed and over 150 study notes. Apart from this, the Prepkit also contains interactive quizzes, tips and technical articles. The content has been designed in such a manner so as to not only help you earn a certificate but also provide you with a solid grasp on the subject so that you can use the acquired skills on your job.

The Prepkit has been co-authored by Joseph Phillips, PMP, Project+ who is the director of education for project seminars and a PMI Registered Education Provider. Phillips has taught organizations how to successfully implement project management methodologies, information technology project management, risk management, and other courses. Phillips is a Certified Technical Trainer and has taught more than 10,000 professionals through various seminars, conferences, and presentations. To know more about Joseph Phillips, kindly log on to

Phillips is also a member of the Project Management Institute and often speaks on PMI chapters. He has spoken on project management, project management certifications, and project methodologies at numerous trade shows, chapter meetings, and employee conferences.

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Project Management Institutes's (PMI's) PMP exam requirements: Following are the eligibility requirements for appearing in the PMP certification exam.

• High school diploma/global or equivalent, 5 years project management experience, 35 hours project management education.


• Bachelor's degree/global equivalent, 3 years project management experience, 35 hours project management education.

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About uCertify Since its inception in 1996, uCertify has specialized in exam preparation solutions for various certification exams of Microsoft, CIW, CompTIA, Oracle, Adobe, Cisco, and Sun. Today, we are one of the leaders in the certification business. We are available 24 x 7 and provide top quality products and services. All uCertify PrepKits come with a money back guarantee. You are guaranteed to pass in your first attempt, or else we will refund your money. No questions asked!

We invite you to come visit us at to see for yourself how we can help serve your certification needs.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 24, 2009 at 11:55 pm
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