See how we have evolved over the years.
It all started when one of our main customers wanted to create a survey that could be conducted on the web and on the street. We created a data mining platform for this project.
The name of the project was Examinare.
After Examinare project had been finished, we got more clients who wanted similar service. TV4 (Sweden) and Bang & Olufsen (Denmark) were among our first clients.
We at Examinare were one of the first offering a special survey technology that could be used on any mobile device. The same technology for all mobile devices has remained until today. Not only smartphones.
Examinare was translated into Danish, Finnish, Norwegian from its original Swedish & English.
We knew from the start that APIs were a safe way of extending Examinare's survey technology in the future. We have a robust API since 2008, which is being constantly extended.
Examinare AB was started and became the new owner of Examinare Survey Tool, transferring the ownership from the Swedish web agency IT Kroonan. Examinare AB created the first three integrations for Examinare Survey Tool. These integrations (now called extensions) were for Fortnox, MailChimp and Dropbox.
During 2010 and 2011 the Survey Tool and the Examinare API was extended. The system and websites were translated into a total of 14 languages.
Examinare was handpicked by a big HR-company in Australia to provide them with a new platform for one of their validated tests. The project was delivered and is now used as a cost-effective way for online testing.
Examinare's suite of Tools was extended with 14 new software solutions, including Mystery Shopping Modules, Clinic Evaluation solution and Dashboards. There are more than 28 languages supported, including Arabic and Icelandic. Our popular extension for service follow-up communication for Zendesk was introduced.
Today we hope to get the pleasure of giving you a quotation and sending you a proposal that will let us provide you with the best solution, and start a collaboration for many years to come.