Custom Web Solutions
A Web site developed by Cuesta Technologies is always a custom solution. Unlike many Web solutions, we don't cobble together different third-party technology that may be incompatible or may be difficult to upgrade. Our favorite words are "Yes, we can do that!".
Cuesta is the go-to Web developer for publishers, resellers and organizations in the K-12 Market. From design and consultative services, through deployment, hosting and maintenance, Cuesta brings more than 20 years of expertise to every project we undertake.
Cuesta Technologies was founded in April, 1995 and deployed its first Web site in June of that year. Since then, Cuesta has won many industry awards and accolades. Cuesta has been on the Business Journal's list of Top 25 Leading Web Development and e-commerce providers in Silicon Valley since the list began publication in 1999. Our long list of satisfied clients and solid reputation in the industry are among Cuesta's most valued assets. Sophisticated e-Stuff™—today, tomorrow and always.
e-Commerce and Other Services
Cuesta's E-commerce System has long been revered for its highly flexible design and superior search technology. The system includes features tailored to the needs of the education market including Purchase Order shopping, e-coupons and special offers, and the ability to handle families of products with multiple SKUs. Our specialties include integrating Standards Correlations, Digital Assets Management, and Web-N-Able™ - Cuesta's intuitive and powerful Content Management System - that allows non-technical Web marketing managers to easily update the Web site.
We're a non-profit organization, and when it was time to renovate our Web site, we had no budget to hire a developer. So I followed many of the recommendations that Matthew Kanuck made in his presentation at our conference. Now, people tell us how much better our site looks -- and how much easier it is to navigate. Thanks, Matt!"
Reesa Marchetti, Former Editor and Web Manager, The Association of Educational Publishers (EdPress)