PEARSON’S DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION FROM PAPER AUDITS AND MANUAL UPLOADS
Building a learning platform used by 60,000 students a year
Growing importance of the test taker as a customer
Pearson faced a fragmented approach to delivering digital assessment: product silos, data silos, multiple journeys and pricing models.
The assessments themselves needed a refresh, due to depleted item banks, complex test constructs, and score constraints. Growing importance of the test taker as a customer required the ability to access learning outcomes, plan remediation and purchase materials.
Single gateway to all major proﬁciency products with consistent and simple licensing model
Our team has deployed a proficiency portal to all major products in order to support client’s main requirement. We implemented a single user account across multiple products and institutions, allowing simple approach to entitlements.
Institutions purchase only what they need and top up as required, enabling test takers to access resources and view outcomes. This will increasingly cater for self-purchasing and self-managing test takers.
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