Conference Of The Credentialing Community To Convene November in Austin, Texas

Prometric®, the global leader in service excellence for the testing and assessment industry, will exchange industry trends and best practices at the Institute of Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Exchange conference.

Prometric’s Speaker Series includes the following sessions:

  • Achieve More and Enjoy IT: Using Scrum to Expedite Test Development Processes Wednesday, November 7th (10:45 am – 11:45 am CST) Presenters: Tjay Gerber, Scrum Alliance and Diann Brady, Prometric
  • How to Stay Secure with Responsive Devices and Detection Technology Wednesday, November 7th (12:00 pm – 12:15 pm CST) Presenters: Roger Meade, Prometric
  • Key Communications Tactics to Engage Test Takers and Boost Your Credentialing Program in New Markets Wednesday, November 7th (2:00 pm – 3:30 pm CST) Presenters: Michael Horan, AICPA, Thomas Kenney, NASBA and Jana Von Bramer, Prometric

The ICE Exchange, designed for all levels of credentialing professionals in the public and private sectors touches on the many aspects of the credentialing ecosystems, including business certification; operations, technology, future trends, governance, security, content development and data management, to name a few. This year, the ICE Exchange will be held November 6 – 9, at the Renaissance Austin Hotel located at 9721 Arboretum Boulevard, Austin, Texas.

If you would like to request a demo or a complimentary copy of a presentation, please contact us personally by calling 1-855-855-2241.

About Prometric  Prometric enables test sponsors worldwide to advance their credentialing programs through test development and delivery solutions that set the standard in quality and service excellence. It offers a comprehensive and reliable approach to advising, developing, managing and delivering programs in an integrated, technology-enabled environment across the world’s most secure testing network or through the conveniences of online testing services, delivering more than seven million tests each year in more than 180 countries.