We are thrilled to share that we won this year’s Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in the category of Education for Latin America.
Territorium has supported more than 12 million users in 15 countries, but we got our start in Mexico in 2011, and have since expanded throughout Latin America and beyond.
For our winning nomination, we shared the success story of how the Instituto Politécnico Nacional in Mexico City used EdTest.ai to successfully transform their admission test:
Territorium never stops innovating for our customers—their success matters above all. EdTest.ai transformed the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico’s traditional in-person admission test into a remote, digital-first exam, resulting in a 40% increase in registered applicants, reducing costs and admin overhead. Powered by Microsoft’s Azure Cognitive Services, AI, ML, load balancing, and Big Data, EdTest.ai prevented cheating, ensured authenticity, and had a positive environmental impact.
Territorium’s EdTest.ai solution enabled the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico to transform its in-person admission test into a remote, online exam for more than 100,000 applicants.
Stay tuned next month as we publish the full case study on IPN + EdTest.ai. Please let us know if you want to be notified when it’s published.
This year, more than 4,200 nominations across 106 countries/regions were received for the 2023 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards!
Territorium is a global education technology company that makes learning and skills acquisition more accessible and measurable. Territorium’s solutions enable educators and companies to deliver, test, measure, and record learning and skills acquisition wherever it happens. Territorium’s AI-powered LifeJourney toolkit combines modular and personalized assessments with a 1EdTech-certified Comprehensive Learning Record (CLR), resulting in tailored employability readiness opportunities. Territorium operates in 15 countries worldwide and has supported more than 12 million users. Territorium serves Fortune 100 companies, education service providers, technology organizations, education ministries and systems, K12, post-secondary institutions, and workforce providers.