DigiExam Wins Gold at 2016 Reimagine, Looks Ahead to 2017
New York, NY (December 29, 2017) DigiExam is closing 2016 with major awards and opportunities and is poised for even more recognition in 2017.
Early this month, DigiExam was honored to win the Gold Award in Learning Assessment from Reimagine Education Stars Awards, the prestigious global awards for innovative higher education pedagogies which enhance learning and employability. The award signifies the company’s leadership and innovation in using technology to redefine the way learners are assessed and enhance the experience of both teaching and learning.
“It’s a great recognition for us and for our team,” said DigiExam CEO Johan Hägglund. “Reimagine awards are highly coveted and a signal for both the US and the Global education community and winning gold is a great way to end the year and prepare for 2017.”
And before the curtain officially falls on 2016, DigiExam had yet another high-profile recognition and opportunity – taking the stage to present to an audience of the top edtech investors and industry leaders at NY EDTECH WEEK. DigiExam was one of just 11 companies selected to participate in the Late Stage SHARK TANK presentations during the global education innovation festival that took place at NYU.
And those honors may well preview similar successes in 2017 as DigiExam has been named a finalist for three awards to be presented in the new year.
DigiExam is among eight finalists for the BETT Award in the International Digital Education Resource, in the Higher Education / Further Education Digital Services categories as well as the ICT Innovator of the Year award.
Formerly the British Educational Training and Technology Show, the BETT Award is considered by many to be the most esteemed accolade in the industry. The BETT Awards provide a showcase of resources and companies that seek to provide educators with the information, ideas and inspiration that are fundamental to the learning process. The awards will be presented January 25 in London.
“Merely being a BETT finalist is a great honor but to be a finalist in two of the awards is a great recognition,” Hägglund said. “And we’re very proud of the way our company and our products are changing the education environment and we are very excited for the final award announcements.”
DigiExam is the leading digital assessment provider to administer and grade academic tests. Through a comprehensive, integrated set of tools, the platform makes life easier for teachers to prepare and grade exams, helps students to take tests more efficiently, and saves the environment and schools money by reducing paper. DigiExam is 100% reliable, cheat proof and collaborative and currently serves over 1,100 schools in 50 countries. For additional information, visit: www.digiexam.com