Questionmark today announced that it has signed a global agreement with SAP AG (NYSE:SAP). SAP will resell testing and learning assessment technologies from Questionmark under the name SAP® Assessment Management by Questionmark. The application will enable companies to create, deliver and analyze surveys, quizzes, tests and exams. The software is designed to complement SAP Learning Solution and SuccessFactors Learning while allowing the creation of learning assessments for purposes such as certification, regulatory compliance, and health and safety training for a company’s internal tracking purposes. The application will be delivered by SAP on premise and as a cloud offering, and is expected to provide customers with a secure, collaborative environment for creating learning assessments in multiple languages using a wide variety of item types. An assessment can be authored once and delivered to a variety of browsers and devices, including laptop computers, tablets, smartphones, and multi-touch devices. It is anticipated that users will be able to evaluate results and inform stakeholders with timely, meaningful analyses and reports on items and tests. This agreement builds on Questionmark’s established relationship as an SAP software solution and technology partner, as well as the longstanding compatibility of Questionmark’s assessment management software with both SAP Learning Solution and SuccessFactors Learning. “Our long relationship with SAP reflects our mutual commitment to quality in learning and certification, and to the essential role of assessment results that you can trust,” said Questionmark CEO Eric Shepherd. “SAP’s dedication to providing leading edge solutions and high-quality support has brought about an agreement that will enable customers to obtain even more value from their investments in enterprise learning software from SAP.” Markus Schwarz, SVP and global head of SAP Education, added, “Since the need to assess learning is at an all-time high, the addition of this offering to our portfolio of collaborative learning software from SAP Education is well-timed indeed. And because it works together with SuccessFactors Learning and SAP Learning Solution, the new SAP Assessment Management application by Questionmark will dovetail perfectly with our strategy to bring cloud-based learning to SAP customers and partners worldwide.”
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