Featured Site: San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center
San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center launched a new Web site that is fully accessible to people with disabilities and meets the current Section 508(a) federal government compliance guidelines. The entire project took just 90 days from start to finish, beginning the day Estrada was delivered and ending with the site’s live publication.
Revolutionary approach to avoid accessibility problems before Web pages are even published, using templates so that all pages automatically meet predefined Section 508 standards for accessible technology for the disabled.
Section 508 support that lasts throughout a site’s life cycle. Estrada’s Workflow feature with unlimited content review levels enable the webmasters or managers to identify and resolve any potential problems as a site grows and changes.
- Distributed authoring with secure hierarchical permissions
Ease of use means HTML knowledge needed by VA authors.
Highly productive technology that requires far fewer technical employees than are usually needed to manage an enterprise Web site. (Only 3 were involved in this site.)
Read the case study
"I've been extremely impressed with how well Estrada performs and how efficient it is to implement. The fact that it is based on SQL Server and runs on Microsoft's Internet Information Server allows for great flexibility in customization of reporting and functionality, while maintaining administrative standards for authoring. Estrada is an excellent investment."
--Mark Manzer, Chief Web Technologist, San Francisco VA Med. Center