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EduSynch Partners with Open English to Launch Integrated Adaptive Preparation Platform

EduSynch, a New York-based EdTech startup, has joined forces with Open English to provide end-to-end adaptive training for students preparing for the TOEFL, IELTS or TOEIC exams

EduSynch has signed an agreement with Open Education, the parent company of Open English, to integrate EduSynch’s adaptive training and mock test platform for English proficiency tests into Open English’s online platform. The integration focuses on providing training materials and analytics around the TOEFL, IELTS and TOEIC exams – the three most common English proficiency exams in the world – to all of Open English’s students.

After more than 10 years, Open English has helped nearly 1 million students across 40 countries reach their English learning goals.

“Many of our students are studying English to advance in their professional work or meet academic requirements with the goal of presenting for a high stakes exam,” says Nicole DiLaura, VP, Academics of Open English. “EduSynch’s test preparation technology is a wonderful complement to our product and supports our mission to always improve our platform and provide students with the tools they need to reach their English fluency goals.”

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With this partnership, Open English looks to use EduSynch’s adaptive training technology for TOEFL, IELTS and TOEIC in an effort to help existing students prepare for these tests, while also boosting user engagement and performance. As the platform adapts to the individual who is using it, all Open English students receive exercises focused on their specific needs.

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With key channel partners already in Europe, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Taiwan, the agreement between EduSynch and Open English will be significant in further establishing EduSynch in Latin America.

“This is a very exciting time at EduSynch,” says Adam J. Plotkin, EduSynch Co-Founder and COO. “Despite the pandemic, our growth and trajectory has been stellar during 2020. Open English is a fantastic brand to join forces with and offers us tremendous potential to accelerate our progress in Latin America. Having Open English as a strategic partner in the region, we are projecting 2021 to exceed our growth expectations.”

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EduSynch is a leader in the development and delivery of assessment technologies, with more than 320,000 users spread across 70 institutional clients in the education and corporate sectors. Having its main headquarters in New York City, EduSynch has other offices strategically located in São Paulo, Brazil (LATAM headquarters) as well as in Mumbai, India (APAC headquarters).

Open English (“OE”) has been a leader in online English Language Learning in Latin America since 2007. To date, the company has raised USD $125M in funding – the third highest in the U.S. EdTech industry and is considered to be one of the most valuable EdTech companies on the planet. OE has offered its online courses to nearly 1 million students to date and is present in over 40 countries worldwide. Open English offices are located in Miami, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Caracas, and São Paulo.

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