The Summer 2013 release of AMP introduces several new features and enhancements directly based on client feedback.
McLean, VA (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
SSB BART Group is pleased to announce the release of Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) Summer 2013.
AMP Summer 2013 provides a new and improved user interface (UI) featuring design innovations and functionality upgrades that enhance the overall usability, efficiency and aesthetics of the platform.
Highlights of the new version include:
A Fresh Look and Feel – The product team at SSB BART Group implemented a thorough design and development review to ensure the success of the new UI. AMP navigation has been enhanced throughout the application as a whole. Most significantly, the refinement of the main navigational structure is aimed at taking the guess work out of how to take action on, edit and create AMP components.
In addition to navigation upgrades, the changes made to the UI include improvements to report structure and graphing capabilities. The new UI design applied to AMP reporting includes a Report Overview with informative graphical widgets that provide rapid access to the most important testing results such as Compliance Health by Ruleset, Comparative Overall Compliance, Level of Testing Completed and Top Issues.
Customizable Widget-Driven Dashboard - Users have the ability to configure a customizable, widget-driven dashboard, affording quick and easy access to the most commonly used features and functionality of AMP. Additionally, customizable widgets allow users to immediately access the reports, best practices and projects that they personally utilize most frequently.
Extensive client feedback, brainstorming, testing, market research and thorough analysis of the growing needs within compliance testing communities contributed to the success of the new launch. AMP's core functionality and design concepts remain untouched to ensure ease of transition for existing users.
“The Summer 2013 release of AMP introduces several new features and enhancements directly based on client feedback,” said SSB BART Group Application Solutions Engineer Matthew Baillargeon. “The highlight of this release is the new user interface which propels AMP into an industry-defining position.”
To learn more about the industry-leading accessibility compliance software, Accessibility Management Platform, please visit: AMP Summer 2013 Overview.
SSB BART Group’s Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) delivers the infrastructure to facilitate successful accessibility compliance programs for enterprise-class organizations. AMP is a web-based platform that provides a turn-key solution for meeting ADA, WCAG, CVAA, AODA, Mandate 376 and Section 504 and 508 requirements. Its powerful testing engine and work flow, accessible development best practices, and extensive training course library allow organizations to quickly and efficiently incorporate accessibility compliance.
About SSB BART Group
For nearly two decades, SSB BART Group (SSB) has provided technology accessibility compliance solutions for corporations, government agencies and leading educational institutions. SSB’s solutions ensure conformity with relevant laws, standards and guidelines, including the ADA, WCAG, CVAA, AODA, and Mandate 376, as well as Section 504 and 508 requirements. Implementing a comprehensive approach to address the full scope of accessible technology regulations, SSB offers software, consulting and training to ensure compliance in desktop, mobile and electronic document systems. The firm's Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) delivers a scalable infrastructure to manage accessibility across the entire development life cycle. SSB meets the complex and changing demands of enterprise-class organizations and includes a suite of services to assist clients beginning compliance initiatives. The firm is known as the complete solution for accessibility compliance issues, earning numerous industry accolades reflecting its breadth and depth of expertise, strategic focus and superior customer service. SSB has worked with a number of regulatory and standards-developing organizations in an advisory capacity, including the U.S. Access Board, FCC and the World Wide Web Consortium.