We help you make the right decision in a way that works best for you.
At Exam Master, we understand that adopting a new educational technology, tool or resource is a big decision that involves a number of stakeholders. We want our prospective clients to be confident in their decision to work with us. We help them do that by offering several options for validating things before they have to make a long-term commitment.
Choose any of the options that work best for you.
Proof of Concept
Our Proof of Concept program is based on the premise that you don’t want to use a resource that misses the mark on what you consider to be a mission-critical feature, function or capability. Tell us what is most important to you, and we’ll set up a demonstration to show how we can meet your mission-critical needs. We do the leg-work so you don’t have to.
Our Proof of Concept offers the following benefits:
Helps clarify what is most important to you
Ensures that mission-critical features or functions are validated
A Guided Trial offers the benefits of a free trial without some of the drawbacks. Too often we see vendors provide prospective customers access to their resources with little support or guidance. Furthermore, with little or no real data to work with, trials can sometimes be meaningless and frustrating. It’s like trying to test drive a car without a motor.
With our Guided Trials we set up true user accounts, practice exams, live content, and we walk you through the trial so you are not left figuring things out on your own.
For clients who really want to dig deep and validate our resources over time such as for an entire course or semester, we recommend an Extended Pilot. The beauty of the Extended Pilot is that your licensing costs are greatly reduced to give you time to experiment and learn, and to enable you to make an informed decision about what is right for your school or program longer term.
Our Extended Pilot offers the following benefits:
Provides long-term opportunity to experiment and practice
Only modest budget commitment required during trial