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Short Take: Thinq Technologies releases student evaluation system

IT Software firm Thinq Technologies has released its first product, the EASeval student evaluation system, designed to replace the evaluation forms that often are collected at the end of a training class or seminar. By using computerized evaluation forms to enter student feedback into a database, EASeval hopes to offer training firms a streamlined method of monitoring the quality of their classes.

    IT Software firm Thinq Technologies has released its first product, the EASeval student evaluation system, designed to replace the evaluation forms that often are collected at the end of a training class or seminar. By using computerized evaluation forms to enter student feedback into a database, EASeval hopes to offer training firms a streamlined method of monitoring the quality of their classes.