LOS ANGELES — June 2, 2020 — Certemy, a leading provider of professional credentialing and compliance management software, announced today new features for auditing continuing education (CE) requirements. Professionals seeking to renew certification or licensing credentials are often required to complete continuing CE hours or units. Many boards do not have the resources to verify every CE submission and cannot be sure that every professional has met their requirements.
Certemy’s audit features allow boards to spot-check compliance against the CE requirements for any credential cycle and sanction professionals who fail the audit. They can choose what percentage of professionals to audit in a given credential cycle. And they may invite professionals who fail the audit to resubmit their CE hours for a second review.
"Our new audit features help boards ensure that professionals meet their credentialing requirements," said Oleg Shvarts, President and founder of Certemy. "Adding audit helps us automate every aspect of our customers' professional credentialing process — from applications and renewals to compliance and enforcement."
Certemy is a leading provider of affordable, easy-to-use credentialing management software for professional certification and licensing boards. Our platform automates end-to-end credentialing processes to help boards become more efficient, transparent, and agile while reducing their IT costs and administrative burdens.
Certemy delivers the lowest cost of ownership for any comparable solution with predictable Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) pricing and no implementation or change fees. We provide the only credentialing management solution that allows board staff to update credentialing workflows without IT help or programming. Our platform scales to support boards of every size — from those managing a few hundred professionals to those managing over 100,000.
An active member of the credentialing community, Certemy is a proud member of The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR), the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE), and the Association of Test Publishers (ATP). Learn more about Certemy at certemy.com.