Mitsui Comtek is the American arm of one of the largest multinational conglomerates in the world. Comtek acts as a gateway to the US market providing IT services and electronics options for their blue chip manufacturing clients. When Comtek was ready to reposition their company in the marketplace, it turned to Dayspring to redesign its website.
Recently, Comtek’s leadership decided to reposition the company as a finder of and consultant to new technology businesses. But their Web site’s design and content were outdated and served a merely informational role.
Despite overwhelming success in the OEM manufacturing arena with international reach, Comtek needed a digital retooling that established it among other technology companies in the high-tech sector. A Web site redesign was the fluency Comtek needed to speak to a very different audience.
The project sponsors imagined a Web site that leveraged Comtek’s reputation, global and prestigious, with the polish and pace of Silicon Valley. Comtek’s project sponsors envisioned a Web presence that attracted the kind of business they wanted — funding and consulting start-ups in a select group of high-tech fields.
Dayspring’s developers got to work around the goal of test question randomization. Their work paid off. A manageable set of individual “model” questions can generate millions of unique variations along randomization axes not available in conventional CBT solutions. Dayspring developed the system in a way that allows the administrator to easily add new test questions. Question types include standard CBT style multiple choice, fill-ins, and matching, but more importantly, accounting worksheets, journals and other tools necessary for specialized accounting assessment. Accountants-in-training can also select from topic groups, crafting a practice test that uniquely addresses their own training goals. The testing module was paired with a gradebook and class management tools to provide a comprehensive solution for corporate training departments.