Tell us about the company
Genix provides process automation software solutions and professional services to organisations in the government, education, financial services, healthcare and logistics sectors. Based in Melbourne, the company is one of the largest Australian providers of assessment management solutions.
What initiatives are you working on currently
Genix is developing solutions that will support the use of assessments to facilitate improvements in the learning lifecycle as it pertains to the emerging trends in micro-credentials and lifelong learning.
What are the benefits for educational establishments using your product/s
Genix solutions deliver a range of benefits to educational institutions - the EXAMINA+ platform is an end-to-end capability that is also modular so customers have the option to use the whole platform or to pick and choose the components that they require. The proven benefits of the platform include reductions in cost, cycle time and error rates coupled with improvements in productivity and information flows. Above all else, EXAMINA+ enhances the effectiveness of the examination lifecycle not just its efficiency.
What products/solutions are best suited for teachers/academics (schools or universities)? How will these products/solutions help educators become more effective?
The EXAMINA+ platform provides customers with modules that deliver functionality to support candidate registration and management, resource and venue management, scheduling, question and paper creation and management, assessment delivery (paper and online), remote proctoring, marking, reporting and certification management (using a verification portal).
How has the current pandemic affected how you operate / what have you had to change? What lessons did you learn?
The pandemic has impacted our customers but not Genix as we have always had a remote working culture. The demand for Genix offerings has increased and we have had the opportunity to design new offerings to support the emerging trends in the education sector.
What do you think the top Edtech trends do you see emerging this year
Micro-credentials and lifelong learning as well as remote proctoring.