BTL Surpass welcomes Alpine Testing Solutions as latest partner to enhance its end-to-end service to the assessment industry
BTL Surpass Inc. and Alpine Testing Solutions, Inc. (Alpine) have formed a ground-breaking partnership that will allow Surpass users to benefit from Alpine’s test development and psychometric expertise as well as its CertMetrics™ Candidate, Credentialing and Exam Data Management system.
Through Surpass and CertMetrics, certification boards have access to an industry leading, end-to-end solution that provides an unprecedented level of control, allowing for secure, reliable exam delivery into the remote invigilation and test centre provider of their choice.
In partnership, BTL Surpass and Alpine will work closely with testing organisations across multiple sectors, including IT, healthcare, professional credentialling, and education.
Alpine is welcomed into BTL’s partner network and will contribute to the Surpass Community – a global collective of certification, licensure and awarding bodies working together to improve the assessment experience for everybody.
“The potential to provide testing programmes with an integrated, end-to-end test development, delivery, and candidate management ecosystem is very exciting; as is the potential to leverage that system with our test development and psychometric services.“
Brian Adams, CEO, Alpine
“By combining Alpine’s expertise in test development and certification management services, and Surpass Assessment’s expertise in software for item banking and test delivery, Surpass and Alpine will be able to offer clients the best-in-class solution for all assessment organisations.”
Andy McAnulla, President, BTL Surpass
Alpine is a 100% employee-owned company whose core purpose is to enable positive outcomes in people’s lives, in workplaces, and in societies. They pursue this by providing quality, practical solutions that enable test sponsors to develop, maintain, and continuously improve testing programmes. They contribute to the science and practice of measurement, including the use of alternative data to inform decisions and test development processes.
This news story originally appeared on the Surpass website