Rockville, MD, June 07, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Effective June 1, 2018, uExamS - a leading provider of administration support solutions for high-stakes examinations - acquired WOHL Communication Services, Inc. Terms were not disclosed.
Both companies provide standardized and accommodated test administration support for academic admissions, professional licensure & certification, skills assessment, as well as government & regulatory testing. The firms work with leading test development & delivery organizations, professional associations & licensing boards, K-12 schools & universities, as well as various government agencies to provide high-quality, equal-access testing environments with the strictest standards for exam content security and test taker data privacy.
Ekta Kochar, President at uExamS, stated, “This acquisition integrates WCS’ specialized subject matter experts and client base into uExamS’ fast-growing global network of exam administrators, and more. It expands the reach of our standardized exam, language translation, quality assurance, and back-office logistical services, as well as accelerates our expansion in the global testing, certification, and credentialing markets.”
About uExamS: uExamS is a global provider of administration solutions for high-stakes examinations, testing, and training. The company leverages the latest technology and a global network of extensively trained experts & administrators to deliver the highest quality, most secure test experiences. The company is a recognized leader in standardized & accommodated testing, helping to break down the barriers of need, disability, language & geography to ensure students, test takers, and employees can effectively showcase their skills and talents.
About WCS: Founded in 1995, WOHL Communications, Inc. provides qualified accommodations to disabled test takers when taking national, state, and local examinations. WOHL was a pioneer in creating a model that allowed disabled test takers the opportunity to be accommodated for high-stakes exams so that today’s testing administration technology doesn’t create limitations or roadblocks for these test takers.