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California Test House Selected for the Service Technology Award Judged by Its Own Customers

Mar 16, 2016

Datest, a leading provider of advanced, efficient and mission-critical in-circuit testing, test engineering, and X-ray inspection solutions, announces that it received a 2016 Service Excellence Award (SEA) from Circuits Assembly magazine in the Test Laboratories category. Datest won the award based on its outstanding customer ratings.

Mike Buetow, Circuits Assembly’s Editor-in-Chief, presented the award to Robert Boguski, Datest’s President, during a Tuesday, March 15, 2016 ceremony that took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center during the IPC APEX EXPO. Mr. Boguski commented, “This award is very gratifying, in that it is the unfiltered product of positive evaluations and constructive criticism coming from our customers. They are our toughest critics and our strongest advocates. We are grateful beyond words to all of them for their support. Without them, we wouldn’t have a business. We work hard every day to justify their trust in us, and never take that ongoing support and trust for granted.”

Sponsored by Circuits Assembly, the Service Excellence Awards for Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) providers and electronics assembly suppliers honor companies excelling in the crucial area of customer service. The program, now in its 24th year, functions as a way for participants to see how they compare to peers in customer satisfaction and is audited by an independent third party.

Now beginning its 32nd year, Datest offers advanced, integrated PCBA testing and inspection services to the CM/EMS as well as the OEM community. A leading provider of in-circuit testing (ICT) and test development (hardware and software) for all major ICT platforms (Keysight 3070 with x1149, GenRad, and Teradyne), Datest augments ICT with SPEA Flying Probe testing, Automatic X-ray Inspection (AXI) , and DAGE Ruby 2D X-ray with X-Plane Technology, benchtop boundary scan and functional testing. Datest also features non-destructive as well as destructive failure analysis of problematic PCBAs.

For more information about Datest’s PCB reverse engineering service or to view the company’s full service lineup, visit www.datest.com.


Datest is an ISO9001 and AS9100C-certified, ITAR-registered provider of advanced, integrated PCBA testing and inspection services to the CM/EMS and OEM communities since 1984. Datest features in-circuit testing and test engineering development for all major platforms as well as flying probe testing, boundary scan testing, functional testing, and four kinds of x-ray inspection (2D, 3D, CT-Scan, and AXI). Datest also offers a wide variety of engineering and value-added services, including failure analysis and “bonepile” rehabilitation. Datest also proudly introduces counterfeit component detection services, consistent with SAE AS 5553 and PRO-STD-001. For more information about Datest, please visit www.datest.com or call 510-490-4600.

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