Question mark Wins Top eLearning Guild "Members Choice" Award for Testing and Assessment Reporting

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Norwalk, CT -- November 15, 2007 -- The eLearning Guild, an organization of 27,000 eLearning professionals from around the world, has awarded Question mark™ Perception™ top honors for its assessment reporting capabilities. Question mark was also recognized with two awards recognizing market share in testing and assessment tools used by business, government and educational organizations.

Question mark Perception, an assessment management system used to write, administer and report on surveys, quizzes, tests and exams, received the Guild Members' Choice Platinum Award for Assessment Reporting Capabilities. This award was based on responses to a survey of eLearning Guild members, who use more than150 different testing and assessment tools. Perception also won two Gold Awards for market share: one in corporate testing and assessment tools and the other in education and government testing and assessment tools.

The awards were announced in the new Guild Research 360° Report on Measuring Success: Aligning Learning Success with Business Success. This report is based on data collected from more than 900 eLearning professionals from around the world and provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the tools and technologies, and best-practices for measuring e-Learning success. The awards represent market share and satisfaction across all industries, company sizes, number of learners impacted, and job level of respondents.

"The Platinum Award underscores Questionmark Perception's strengths in providing a secure testing environment with locked-down-tight reporting capabilities," states Steve Wexler, the eLearning Guild's director of research and emerging technologies. "Even other vendors we interviewed cited Questionmark's strengths in administering high-stakes assessments."

"We sincerely thank Guild members for their recognition and support of Questionmark and appreciate the eLearning Guild for undertaking this important research initiative," commented Eric Shepherd, CEO of Questionmark.

About The eLearning Guild: The eLearning Guild is a global Community of Practice for e-Learning professionals and provides learning opportunities, networking services, resources, and publications for over 27,000 members. The Guild represents a diverse group of executives, directors, managers, designers, and developers who focus on providing world-class learning services. The eLearning Guild is a subsidiary of Focuszone Media, Inc, based in Santa Rosa, California. Call +1.707.566.8990 or visit www.eLearningGuild.com for more information.


About Questionmark: 
Questionmark has been producing testing and assessment software since 1988. Businesses, governments, schools, colleges, and universities in more than 50 countries use Questionmark software. Questionmark has more than 2,500 customers using Perception and is a keen supporter of open standards. Typical applications include exams, quizzes, study aids, diagnostic tests, pre-course skills assessments, and course evaluations. Questionmark offers training courses and extensive learning materials designed to improve assessment authoring and management. Complete information is available at www.questionmark.com.

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