About Us

SUMADI provides secure automated proctoring for online assessments through  AI-powered facial and typing pattern recognition, authentication and browser tracking solutions.

SUMADI comes from the ethnic garifuna language of Honduras, meaning ‘ intelligence‘.

Our vision is to modernize and simplify the supervision of remote examinations for students in HigherEd and Professional Certification Centers around the globe, using technology to ensure the most secure experience with the best levels of integrity guaranteed, leveraging AI technology.

We are aiming to become the most flexible and easily adaptable proctoring solution, providing our customers a wide spectrum of functionalities that can be selected according to specific needs. We are following strong tech trends related to web 3.0 and generative AI, assessing opportunities to implement new innovative features to continuosly ensure security and integrity, responding to new challenges and demands coming from students and institutions, while also enhancing their online an remote exam experience. Our vision also includes becoming a stepping stone to new tech standards, guidelines, and frameworks for data protection regulations and security in the proctoring industry.

SUMADI’s industry-leading service and support model ensures the successful delivery of our solutions, and distinguishes us from other providers. We understand exams can require different monitoring, so we tailor our solutions, services and support to best meet our clients’ needs.

We are committed to the highest standards of data security and privacy, and comply with the most stringent global standards, including the Open Web Application Security Project’s (OWASP) Top 10 Proactive Controls and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Integrity is not just an outcome we strive for at SUMADI – it’s who we are and how we work. Our focus on equity and inclusion sees us working with the world’s best subject matter experts to continually improve our facial recognition technology to ensure integrity, and prevent bias of gender, race or disability.