Synergy Enterprises, Inc. — Your Partner for Innovation and Excellence


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Customized and Secure Technology Tools Manage and Present Data so You Can Use It

Technology infrastructure must be designed and managed for reliability, scalability, security, and accessibility. Our agile development processes for multilingual Web and application design and our commitment to ensuring 508 compliance help you translate and move the data where you need it, when you need it most. Studied needs assessments help us determine the best fit for our clients—mirroring their information architecture, hosting a site on our servers, or creating a new development environment to fit specific project needs. Our developers, programmers, 508 compliance specialists, and designers:

  • Expanded and enhanced a Web-based technical assistance center for the Office of Safe and Healthy Schools' Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools initiative to provide the expertise needed to help schools, state and local agencies, and institutes of higher education effectively handle emergencies with local, regional, and national impacts.
  • Developed standards, templates, and the information architecture for the You for Youth (Y4Y) Professional Development Web portal, a 508-compliant interactive Web site that contains easy-to-use e-learning courses, supportive coaching modules, and multimedia tools to facilitate interaction and networking among 160,000 21st Century Community Learning Centers professionals working to enrich learning opportunities through afterschool programs for students in low-performing schools across the country.
  • Developed an application system and multilingual Web site for the U.S. Department of State's Broader Middle East and North Africa (BMENA) Initiative and Middle Eastern Partnership Initiative to support projects that will strengthen and build emerging civil societies in Middle Eastern countries.
  • Redesigned an existed Web portal for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Human Resources Development Working Group so that its 21 member economies could obtain worldwide access to policy and research information.