Montreal, Canada (PressExposure) April 09, 2013 -- eXplorance, developers of the Blue enterprise feedback management software system, is showing its support for a long time customer, the University of Louisville, by changing its website from its trademark Blue to Cardinals Red. This change is in celebration of the university's men's and women's basketball teams' success in the 2013 NCAA Basketball tournament, particularly for the men's team having won the national championship last night, their first since 1986.
As a show of support, eXplorance has decided to completely change the look of its home page by adding a splash page to showcase the Louisville Cardinals' colors, logos and insignia.
"We wanted to find a fitting way to show our appreciation for the faith that the University of Louisville has shown us over the last 5 years", said Samer Saab, eXplorance's CEO. "In light of the fact that the University of Louisville has been one of the biggest proponents of Blue, we felt that with their success in this year's NCAA tournament, we would show off Cardinal Red on our website as a sign of support and commitment."
eXplorance is a leading provider of enterprise feedback management solutions for the higher education, corporate training and organizational management markets. eXplorance's solution, Blue, includes modules such as course and instructor evaluations, psychometric and knowledge tests development, 360 reviews and organization-wide surveys. Unlike other solutions, Blue can fully adjust to your organization's needs, whether by tailoring your survey and report formats, integrating easily with your existing software infrastructure, or by offering support to Blue from a variety of computing platforms. Blue enables organizations to perfect their services by soliciting and analyzing feedback, issuing reports, and then monitoring the improvement in services.
Founded in 2003 and based in Montreal, Canada, eXplorance counts many leading organizations as clients, including the University of Louisville, University of Pennsylvania, the University of Toronto, the City University of Hong Kong City, the University of Southern Australia and many other organizations such as NASA, LendingTree.com, the National Bank of Canada, and Olympus.