Evalex Talent Assessment System
Evalex presents one of the most advanced and integrated assessment systems on the market.
The Evalex Talent Assessment system was conceived in 1980 and has evolved over time through research and application. It was first written into a computer application in 1986, with revisions in 1992, then enhanced as an Internet-based assessment tool in 2000, with constant upgrades and expansion. It is now one of the most advanced Internet-based assessment platforms on the market.
What makes the Evalex Talent Assessment System unique and differentiates it from others available on the market is the incorporation of four distinctly different assessment technologies for the assessment of cognitive, behavioural, leadership and technical competencies.
Most other systems focus either on assessing only behavioural competencies or management competencies. They therefore present either ability/personality/styles/motives questionnaires or only assessment centres, but are not strong on providing both or the inclusion of technical competencies.
Four Main Technologies
Evalex is the only assessment platform that integrates four major assessment technologies into one solution, namely:
- Assessment centre technology
- The Evalex Competence Inventory (business and technical competencies)
- Digital animated interactive exercises
Integration of Four Technologies into One Assessment Session
Ours is the only assessment platform where the psychologist can create an integrated assessment session combining six assessment centre simulations/case studies and multiple psychometric tools that the candidate can complete in one online session, providing a totally integrated report across all the tools.
What makes Evalex unique is that, based on years of experience and research, we have developed our own assessment technology consisting of a range of assessment instruments that can assess:
- Cognitive competencies
- Leadership competencies
- Behavioural competencies
- Business competencies
- Technical competencies
- Learning potential
The system can handle the following moments of truth in the assessment value chain: