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Home > News > April 2004 > 28-Apr-2004

Thomson Prometric renews global test delivery agreement with Microsoft

Thomson Prometric has announced that it has signed a three-year agreement renewal with Microsoft Corp. Microsoft will continue to use Thomson Prometric’s global test delivery technology and testing center network for the delivery of Microsoft Learning information technology exams designed for both the academic and commercial markets.

"Thomson Prometric plays an important role in the Microsoft partner ecosystem," said Dan Truax, Director of Business Product and Strategy for Microsoft Learning at Microsoft. "Their continuing role as one of the market leaders in IT Certification Testing was an important criteria in our recent decision to extend a business partnership that has lasted over a decade."

"In addition to adding to our portfolio of clients, it’s important to us that we continually grow and enhance our relationships with our existing clients. Increasingly we look to provide technology innovation and comprehensive capabilities to our clients so that they can build on the success of their testing programs," said Alison Indrisano, Thomson Prometric senior vice president of Global Operations. "We are very pleased to continue our relationship with Microsoft and value the collaboration that takes place between the Microsoft Learning and Thomson Prometric teams."

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