Who We Are?
Psylabs provides psychometric testing and technology support to the world’s leading companies with more than 20 languages on 5 continents. Our assessments have been actively using in multiple languages over thirty countries around the globe.
Psylabs’ core psychometric assessments are based on best-of-breed, modern scientific models of behaviour that are deeply rooted in over 100 years of research that includes the latest neuroscientific relationships between brain and behaviour. Using up-to-the-minute technology, Psylabs deliver assessments in a way that showcases your organisation’s brand and values, customised to your specific assessment scenario.
Psylabs’ assessments are developed by the world’s most important psychometricians and academics. The assessments have been developed by the leadership of Nigel Guenole, who is one of the most important psychometrics experts in the world. He is also the executive consultant of IBM Watson Talent Management Artificial Intelligence Project. Psylabs assessments are based on the world’s latest artificial intelligence developments, data analytics techniques, and software technologies. The assessment tools are also accredited by the British Psychological Association.
Psylabs build authentic psychometric assessments that benefit organizations and their employees. While organizations follow the highest scientific and technological standards, they become part of the trust and strong network of the world’s largest companies and the most successful human resources professionals.
In addition to its robust, scientific infrastructure and network, Psylabs uses the highest level of international information technology infrastructures. Its infrastructure has a certificate of compliance with ISO / IEC 27011: 2016 standards and is designed to allow ten million unique participants to enter the system without any problems. Furthermore, with the help of the FaceCheck Candidate Identification System, which is in Psylabs systems and uses artificial intelligence based human recognition algorithms, companies can control whether their candidates are cheating during remote test assessments.