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NeverLand builds FirstGov's Web Manager University Registration site RSS Feed

Arlington, VA (March 24, 2006) - NeverLand created a custom 508 Compliant Registration Website for FirstGov’s Web Manager University in under two weeks.

Web Manager UniversityThe site allows attendees to register for networking events, courses, seminars, and webinars. Security is provided using SSL, strong data encryption, and other methods; E-Commerce payments are handled using Verisign’s PayFlow Pro system.

The website is administered using a managment console which allows viewing, printing, entering, updating, and removing class and attendee information. In addition, the NeverLand Data Exporter allows managers to open class databases directly into spreadsheets such as Microsoft Excel simplifying many common management tasks. Finally, frequently needed statistics have been implemented on the main page to quickly answer common questions.

Since its initial launch, the website has been extended to support Wait Lists, additional payment options and more class types. The flexible database design will allow the system to be used for many years to come.

NeverLand Software & Systems (NeverLand)

NeverLand Software & Systems is a privately held company based in Arlington, Virginia with an office in San Francisco, California. Founded in 1994, NeverLand is an Information Technology services business. The company offers a large range of services to industry, including systems integration services and website, database and application development services to clients nationwide.

NeverLand CUE™

NeverLand’s flagship product is the NeverLand CUE™. This proprietary system enables clients to manage specific features online, including administrator access, web site content, press rooms and other publications, databases, HTML e-newsletters, advertising, contacts, visitor or subscriber passwords, subsidiary web sites, and much more. All this can be done through the CUE™ Management Panel without needing knowledge of HTML or any programming or database languages.

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