Earlier this year LTI unveiled its newly re-designed website aimed to better serve the thousands of individuals and clients, in more than 40 countries who rely on ACTFL-developed and rated tests.
“The site has been completely revamped to better communicate and illustrate the valuable information our clients, proctors, and test candidates rely on”, says CEO, Robert Katz. “Since the beginning, our goal was to become the leader in language testing and our strong partnership with ACTFL, as their exclusive licensee, has certainly made that possible”. The website will cater to those who most frequent the site while offering value to even the casual visitor seeking language testing information. The new site categorizes separate industries that are services by LTI for corporate visitors and allows current clients and test candidates access to a customized sign in web portal to easily access tests and set up testing programs.
“Our intention was to make the new website one that provided easy to find information for new users while maintaining seamless navigation for those who frequent the site for related information on our various speaking, reading, writing and listening tests”, said Katz. “Our current website enjoys a steady stream of daily traffic and will likely attract even more with the aggressive marketing effort geared to support it”.
Since 1992, LTI has organized and administered proficiency assessments for hundreds of companies, universities, State Boards of Education, and other state and federal government agencies including countless individuals. To check out the new site, please visit global.languagetesting.com and be sure to sign up for the “Language Impact” newsletter.
LTI is headquartered in White Plains, New York, and has offices in Alexandria, Virginia and Dallas, Texas.
Lisa March is a bilingual Marketing and Sales Executive. She works closely with LTI on strategic partnerships, business development and marketing. Her efforts help LTI scale the use and implementation of language assessments in schools, institutions, corporations and government agencies.