Not a lot of Dutch companies get interviewed by The Wall Street Journal. They did a great job asking about the upcoming improvements in the online proctoring industry. ProctorExam is proud to have a share of voice in this discussion.
Before Corona, we had to explain why ProctorExam is a good alternative to offline testing. It was seen as a luxury, the possibility to take an exam in your pajamas. Now everyone understands its usefulness immediately.
With the fast growth and usage of ProctorExam in France the famous french tech and science magazine Sciences et Avenir publishes an article about how ProctorExam is making life easier and enables students from the University La Sorbonne in #Paris to take their exams even if they cannot travel to campus.
ProctorExam and the Dutch Association for Examination have entered into a cooperation agreement to be able to offer the taking of tests under distance examination conditions on a large scale to education and the business community. By offering the new service, exam candidates are no longer time and place bound to take their exams.
EIT Digital is proud to announce that ProctorExam, one of its supported start-ups, which develops a web-based platform to secure online exams, raises funds and launches in the UK. The start-up joined EIT Digital Accelerator in 2015 in the Smart Spaces Action Line. Alain le Loux, one of the 40 European EIT Digital Business Developers, based in Eindhoven in the Netherlands, is taking care of ProctorExam.
Every week, nrc.next highlights a start-up with potential. This week we have interviewed a company that has the online proctoring product that allows you to take the exam at home. The name of the company is: ProctorExam, and the Founder is Daniel Haven, who is 27 years old, and currently has 5 employees.
Studying online is popular, but students often have to leave home for exams. Daniel Haven, who is 27 years old, thinks it is unnecessarily expensive and outdated. With the ProctorExam software, students are closely monitored, and exams can simply be taken from the kitchen table.