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RE: AccMonitor


From: Robert B. Yonaitis
Date: Aug 25, 2003 11:40AM

Yes, All of the Above...

Excerpt from a Case Study on our Site, Clearly Answers this:
The AMC Web sites are created with a wide range of solutions including
Microsoft FrontPage, Macromedia DreamWeaver and ColdFusion Server, and Lotus
Notes. These sites are hosted on a wide range of Web servers including IIS,
Apache, Domino, etc. AMC Web Masters can log into the AccMonitor Server
through a secure Web site, and run an "on-demand" check of the accessibility
status of their Web site. Additionally, the Special Projects Office will use
AccMonitor Server to check all Web pages on all AMC sites and feedback will
be provided to the appropriate Web developer and reports will be sent to the
CIO's office on a monthly basis. It will also be used as a training and
support tool.

Prior to AMC's purchase of AccMonitor, the Web wide management of
accessibility issues was something that required countless man hours and was
extremely challenging to manage for a very large organization. Now, AMC has
a strategy for managing hundreds of Web sites through a centralized system,
without a requirement for file or server access. AccMonitor Server can
effectively access AMC's web files for remote and on-demand reporting world


Rob Yonaitis
HiSoftware - http://www.hisoftware.com/co/yonaitis.htm

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