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Alaska-Based Asset Inventory Professional Earns Certification

Erin McKay, owner of Northern Inventory in Anchorage, Alaska, has achieved her certification through National Inventory Certification Association.

Oct 14 2013, 7:30am CDT | by PR.com

Avon, IN, October 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Erin McKay of Northern Inventory LLC, in Anchorage, Alaska, has earned the designation of Certified Inventory Expert (CIE) through the National Inventory Certification Association™ (NICA). Achieving this certification from NICA confirms her knowledge and competence to provide contents inventory services for residential and commercial clients, which consists of small to medium businesses, schools, non-profits, and government offices.

Agreeing to the code of ethics is a requirement for certification and continued membership. The code of ethics consists of approved standards for the personal property (home) inventory industry.

The general public has gained knowledge of the necessity to have a photographic and written record of their belongings, mainly in response to the extreme disasters that are happening more frequently across the country. The number of inventory service companies is increasing due to the demand for disaster preparedness and recovery, but also for divorce, pre-nuptial agreements, estate planning and estate settlement. Business owners are finding a need for a professional service as they realize a professional service is more thorough and completing it in house. These needs are the main reason that the asset inventory industry continues to evolve.

McKay’s achievement in certification secures customer confidence while it brings recognition to Northern Inventory and the entire asset inventory industry. Certification places her in a favorable position – she has raised the bar by being known as a professional who has chosen to set herself apart from others who have not taken this step of professional development. In addition to being certified, McKay is also bonded and insured.

For more information about Northern Inventory, visit www.NorthernInventory.com.

About National Inventory Certification Association

Established in 2011, the National Inventory Certification Association™ (NICA) is the officially recognized certification authority for the personal property/asset inventory industry. The certification and continuing education opportunities ensure that members have access to quality industry knowledge as well as business and professional development resources to help achieve the success they seek for their home and/or business contents inventory companies. For more information visit www.NationalInventoryCertificationAssociation.com.

Contact Information:
National Inventory Certification Association
Cindy Hartman
317-501-6818
Contact via Email
www.nationalinventorycertificationassociation.com

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