Cirrus Assessment Opens US Office
UTRECHT, NETHERLANDS. SEPTEMBER 2016
Earlier this month, Cirrus Assessment announced that it has opened new offices in Salt Lake City, Utah. As an international provider of digital assessment technology with an increasing number of US customers, Cirrus Assessment sees the move as a demonstration of its commitment to the US market. Cirrus Assessment has existing offices in the Netherlands and the UK, this development gives Cirrus Assessment a local base from which to develop its US business.
Back in the UK they also recently announced that awarding organisation, Gateway Qualifications, has chosen the Cirrus e-Assessment Platform for the authoring and delivery of its assessments.
Vice President of Sales for North America, Jeff Place, will be heading up the operation from Salt Lake City and is committed to further developing the Cirrus Assessment brand in the United States. Having previously worked for partner organisation ProctorU, Jeff brings with him over 15 years experience in the field of e-Assessment.
Vegard Sivertsen, CEO Cirrus Assessment
“The expansion to the US delivers on the global strategic growth initiative of Cirrus Assessment, with a presence now in the Netherlands, the UK and the US. This is a dream come true for us. The United States has always been at the forefront when adopting breakthrough technologies and the feedback we’ve received from our US customers has been overwhelming. We are delighted to now be serving our US customers locally.”
Jeff Place, VP Sales North America, Cirrus Assessment
“The need to provide high stakes and certification exams as well as assess knowledge and skills for learning with reliable, secure software is at an all-time high. Cirrus Assessment’s commitment to providing next generation e-assessment solutions built on cutting edge technologies will bring tremendous value to customers in the United States.
Our partnership and integration with ProctorU dovetails perfectly with our strategy to ensure the integrity of the exam for customers in the United States and assure that the test attempt will be fair for the candidate using real time monitoring and enhanced online security techniques.”