Reporting and Analytics
Questionmark's reporting and analytics tools can help you uncover the meaning hidden within your assessment results: Are my items and assessments reliable and defensible? What did participants learn from the training or course? How do I coach test takers to improve performance? How did one group of test takers compare to another? What did participants think about a training event or learning experience?
Examples of Questionmark's standard built-in reports include:
Item and Assessment Analysis
Questionmark’s Results API provides secure access to assessment results data, enabling administrators to access it via custom dashboards or to analyse it using using third-party business intellegence (BI) applications or analytics tools such as Microsoft Excel.
OData is an industry standard, supported by many BI tools, for accessing data from the cloud without requiring complex programming.
OData feeds, based on the Open Data Protocol for querying and updating data, make it possible to produce targeted, configurable reports that reflect only the information stakeholders want and need. Stakeholders can either use dashboards for quick overviews or receive highly detailed reports, depending on their particular requirements.
Questionmark Perception for Web's answer database can use Microsoft SQL or Oracle to store results. Perception's answer database is documented in order to allow third party reporting programs access the results if they have been configured with sufficient security by the system administrator. Answers and results can be extracted using a series of APIs known as QMWISe.
HR-XML Questionmark Perception is certified under the HR-XML Consortium’s “HRcertify” program, assuring conformance to the open data exchange standards developed by the Consortium. The HR-XML Consortium develops and publishes open data exchange standards based on Extensible Markup Language ("XML"). Questionmark Perception Version 4.1 (or higher) supports the HR-XML Assessment Result standard, enabling results from Perception assessments to be exported to the growing number of HR (staffing and recruiting, metrics, compensation and benefits, training and work force management) applications that support the HR-XML standard.