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OCTOBER 5, 2015 - Verify is Sponsoring at the SpeedNews 20th Business & General Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference

IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Verify, Inc., a leading global provider of supplier performance management, is pleased to announce its Conference Proceedings Sponsorship at the SpeedNews 20th Annual Business & General Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference held in Los Angeles, California, October 6-7, 2015.

The Business & General Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference features a series of market forecasts and industry briefings targeted to aviation equipment manufacturers, material suppliers, MRO and IT suppliers, aviation marketing and business development professionals and analysts. The conference agenda includes presentations by experts in business and general aircraft and engine manufacturers on industry advancements and achievements.

Conference presenters include representatives from Bombardier; Embraer; General Aviation Manufacturers Association; Gulfstream Aerospace; Textron Aviation; and Walsh Aviation.

“Verify is proud to sponsor SpeedNews conference events,” said Alan McIntosh, President and COO for Verify. “The Business & General Industry Suppliers Conference is relevant to Verify’s extension of its supplier performance management services. We look forward to strategizing on future performance improvement initiatives based on the information shared at the conference with our attending customers and their suppliers.”

About Verify

Verify, Inc. is a leading provider of Supplier Performance Management services for aerospace, high-technology, and quality critical applications. Since 1976, Verify services have improved supplier and program performance while dramatically reducing supplier quality cost. Headquartered in Irvine, California, with regional offices located throughout America, Europe, and Asia, Verify’s network of quality and technical professionals are deployed at over 6,000 supplier locations covering over 40 countries. For more company information, visit vscnet.com.

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