Examity raises $90 million from Great Hill Partners
Examity, U.S based edtech startup has raised $90 from Boston private equity firm “Great Hill Partners”. Examity provides biometric tools to make online tests more secure. As nowadays cheating scandals are in the headlines, Institutions are moving towards technology to validate the learning experience, which would ensure genuine results in the outcome. The company’s technology and services can handle both automated and live test invigilation. In the next few months, the company expects to enable proctoring of 2 million exams in colleges and universities. The company has partnered with to universities including Penn State University, Texas A&M, and Western Governors University. Examitty’s biometric feature can track student’s keystrokes. Examity aims to use the raised fund to fuel their expansion and provide machine learning algorithms to spot cheating behaviors in students.