Prometric Partners with GoodData to Accelerate Digital Transformation, Help People Get Back to Work
Partnership to transform data insights for test program growth and career advancement of global users
GoodData, a leading global analytics company, announced a strategic partnership with top global testing services provider, Prometric. The partnership with GoodData will enable Prometric to bolster its broader digital transformation initiatives and utilize data-driven intelligence to provide new, innovative services to customers, partners, and test takers alike.
With more than 30 years of experience developing and deploying innovative testing solutions, Prometric delivers 7 million tests annually in 180 countries on behalf of 300 test program sponsors via its global test center network and remote assessment solution, ProProctor. Prometric’s industry expertise and reach provides a deep data knowledge base that can be leveraged to provide greater insights that influence test program growth and lead to improved organizational decision making.
“The latest US unemployment data revealed that nearly 11 million Americans remain unemployed, which is nearly twice pre-pandemic levels. Prometric’s solutions help individuals advance their careers and help employer customers adapt to market needs, even amidst a pandemic. This is the kind of socially impactful innovation we need more than ever right now,” said GoodData founder and CEO Roman Stanek. “We’re proud to partner with Prometric to transform their approach to data, take their services to the next level, and help more people get back to work.”
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“Innovation and customer experience have always been integral to our mission at Prometric, but data privacy and security are just as important, if not more. We have an opportunity to transform our use of data-driven intelligence for the benefit of all of our customers, and we identified GoodData as the right partner in large part because of their ability to provide fast time-to-value while maintaining ironclad data privacy and security practices,” said Paul Forrester, Prometric Chief Product and Technology Officer. “Partnering with leading technology companies, like GoodData, enables us to better harness technologies that offer greater data insights to support growth and innovation for our clients and their constituents.”