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Commentary follows the articles by Noland (2017) and Clark, Gulin, Heller, and Vrana (2017) which offer perspectives on using a technology in developing training in professional psychology, the Q-interactive platform for intellectual assessment. This commentary includes responses from the commercial company offering Q-interactive, Pearson, Inc. (D. Wahlstrom, personal communication, April 6, 2017). These articles and the responses further an evidence-based approach to training psychological assessment in the profession. They also demonstrate a constructive dialogue to advance the interaction and collaboration of product developers with the training community and the profession.