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    July 05, 2011

    WJEC increases use of DRS electronic marking

    This summer WJEC, one of the UK's leading examination awarding bodies, anticipates processing 122,000 live examination papers using electronic marking technology supplied by global data capture specialist DRS. This is a 248% increase on the numbers processed last year.
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    September 30, 2010

    Dental Practice Management Company Selects Peladon to Automate EOB’s

    Peladon Software, a prominent developer of automated capture and document processing solutions, today announced that a $500 million leading dental practice management company that provides services to 300 dental offices across the nation has signed an agreement to automate their entire Explanation of Benefits (EOB) Processing system using Peladon’s DocXP™ EOB product.
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    August 16, 2010

    DRS to present a quality control framework for electronic marking at 36th IAEA conference

    Global data capture specialist DRS has been invited to present at the 36th International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA) annual conference to be held in Bangkok from Sunday 22nd to Friday 27th August 2010.
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    February 16, 2010

    DRS e-Marker® hits Africa

    DRS e-Marker® has been successfully piloted by the West African Examination Council (WAEC), in the first use of the education data capture specialist’s electronic examination marking solution across Africa. The pilot involved the marking of 1,300 student scripts over three subjects – Agricultural Science, Biology and Economics.
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    January 27, 2010

    AQA awards DRS five year electronic marking contract

    The largest English awarding body, Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA) has awarded global data capture specialist DRS a five-year contract for continued use of DRS e-Marker® technology to electronically capture marks from candidates’ scripts.
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    December 15, 2009

    Wolverhampton City Council implement DRS attendance solution to monitor student movement across Key Stage 4 and Post 16

    Following a successful pilot project in 2008, Wolverhampton City Council has awarded education technology provider DRS a contract to deliver its e-Registration solution to track and monitor attendance for students attending learning at more than one institution – whether it is a school, college or work based learning (WBL) provider.
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    December 14, 2009

    DRS IntelliReg(r) dramatically streamlines Whitburn Church Of England School registration process

    The newly built Whitburn Church Of England School in Sunderland has dramatically streamlined its registration and attendance process since implementing DRS’ IntelliReg®.
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    December 03, 2009

    Essa Academy staff trial DRS electronic registration solution

    Essa Academy in Bolton is using its staff to trial a biometric e-Registration solution that delivers clean, instant, accurate and consistent data to monitor student whereabouts. The Academy is initially using DRS IntelliReg® to monitor when staff clock in and out but their ultimate aim is to roll out the solution to students for lesson level registration.
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    November 16, 2009

    Global data capture specialist DRS signs Datafinity Ltd as DocXP™ reseller

    Global data capture specialist DRS has signed Datafinity Ltd as a reseller for its intelligent document and data capture solution DocXP™. Datafinity delivers leading-edge document and data capture solutions for companies that need to improve the efficiency of business and document processes within their organisation, Having carried out a full review of the document and data capture market, Datafinity was keen to integrate DocXP™ into its product portfolio.
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    October 28, 2009

    Roehampton University leads HE sector with DRS e-Registration pilot

    In a first across the Higher Education sector, Roehampton University is set to pilot a biometric e-Registration solution that will dramatically improve its registration and attendance process, ensuring it has clean, instant, accurate and consistent data that monitors student whereabouts.