Company profile: Solve Direct Electronics:
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When Neil Johnson, a 15-year veteran at Saab Grintek Defence responsible for IPC training, expressed his desire to strike out on his own, the company was keen to support him as part of its incubator programme.
And so it happened that, in 2014, he started Solve Direct Electronics as a 100% black owned (40% black women) business operating from Saab Grintek Defence’s premises in Highveld Techno Park, Centurion, with access to its security and high-tech facilities and equipment.
Solve Direct Electronics’ primary business is providing training and certification on behalf of IPC. This encompasses a range of courses – such as ESD/IPC JSTD 001/IPC/WHMA 620/IPC A 600/IPC A 610/IPC RMR 7722/7721 – presented through a number of training mediums including online and video. In conjunction with SQC Pretoria, the company has also established a Master IPC training centre.
Solve Direct Electronics also engages in the production of Class 3 printed circuit assemblies for various military and consumer electronics companies. The majority of its clients have a continuous demand to produce high-quality products and the need for certified, skilled individuals. Solve Direct Electronics also conducts regular ESD audits, giving it the opportunity to identify possible risks and make the necessary recommendations to address and improve on quality issues.
The data is compiled from : http://www.dataweek.co.za/8896a
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