The partnership allows Honorlock to efficiently serve OMNIA Partners participating agencies nationwide
BOCA RATON, Fla. (May 20, 2021) – Honorlock, an authentication and academic integrity platform, has been awarded a contract for Proctoring Solutions: Live and Automated by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), available through group purchasing leader OMNIA Partners. This OMNIA partnership contract provides higher education, state and local government and non-profit agency participants with quick and easy direct access solutions to the Honorlock online proctoring platform in order to help create an equitable learning environment.
OMNIA Partners connects thousands of public agencies and educational institutions across the U.S. with world-class supplier partners. Adding Honorlock to the portfolio of offerings creates a direct connection between Honorlock and organizations looking to offer secure remote exams.
The pandemic highlighted an existing need for remote exam proctoring that honors and supports the test-taker experience while protecting the integrity of academic and enterprise institutions. Honorlock’s leading online proctoring platform is designed to support remote assessments while creating a fair and equitable environment for all learners.
Allan McCombs, SVP of Public Sector Sales & Account Management for OMNIA Partners, said, “We are excited to add product offerings from Honorlock to our portfolio of contracts. This agreement offers a great solution for live and automated proctoring services to our primary and higher education, state and local government and non-profit agencies.”
“Learning is no longer a static activity. We’ve seen through the pandemic that students are able to access learning through various platforms, from anywhere in the world,” said Michael Hemlepp, CEO, Honorlock. “By creating an inclusive and equitable environment for testing, Honorlock protects the integrity of the institution, the instructor, and the student. It also opens up opportunities for more people to access learning.”