It has been an exciting first year for MaivenPoint — from the launch of our new brand to all the exciting industry events and exhibitions where we got to showcase our products – Curricula, Examena, Vitae. We have taken insights from our global customers' conversations on the future of learning and weaved them into our products to ensure they serve every modern learning need.
We’re thrilled to have been recognised for our innovation and social impact in several EdTech awards and industry reports this year. Here’s a round-up of some key highlights:
Examena was awarded the Learning Assessment Award – Bronze at the Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards. This virtual global forum gathers educational thought-leaders annually to recognise projects that have explored the limits in assessing how much our students have learned, and how deeply they have understood what they had learned.
MaivenPoint was also recognised as the winner of the Homegrown ISV category at the annual Channel Asia Innovation Awards which recognises top channel partners in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong with unique product offerings that have helped customers overcome business and technology challenges by spearheading innovation efforts.
Finally, Examena was recognised as a leading remote proctoring vendor in APAC in the Gartner’s Market Guide for Remote Proctoring in Education. This report assesses how educational leaders should utilise market dynamics to make informed proctoring choices for their institutions as they continue to navigate changes within modern learning environments.
It highlights Examena’s AI-assistive feature that helps restore normalcy in institutions’ examination operations under remote learning conditions.
It’s certainly been a year to celebrate for the team at MaivenPoint, with tremendous recognitions from the edtech industry to channel partners and product innovation communities. Our customers continue to be our inspiration in creating intuitive learning experiences for all, and we look forward to creating new success stories in the year to come.