With more than 150 projects successfully delivered, we are your trusted partner. See some of our highlighted projects below.

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)

The largest firefighting force in the nation, CAL FIRE, partnered with SymSoft to upgrade their Sitecore powered website and deliver an attractive, modern website as responsive as CAL FIRE.

CorpNet Inc. Online Business

CorpNet partnered with SymSoft to upgrade their WordPress powered website and improve page speed performance and accessibility in order to improve overall user experience and Google Search ranking.

California Employment Development Department

We partnered with EDD to implement the Optimizely Content Management Server replacing the legacy file-based website that required technical staff support to publish content.

San Joaquin County Economic Development

The county selected SymSoft Solutions to design a modern, attractive, and engaging responsive website for businesses looking to relocate or expand their operations to San Joaquin County.

California Public Utilities Commission

User-validated redesign of a customer digital service website and upgrade from Ektron to Sitecore with Coveo for search across a portfolio of specialized business applications. The website is a balance of content and functionality for ratepayers and utility regulation experts.

California Smoke Spotter Mobile Application

SymSoft partnered with CARB to design and develop the Smoke Spotter mobile application to provide Californians with a comprehensive overview of the latest information on prescribed fires, projected smoke impacts, current air quality, and educational sources.

Student Centered Design Lab

Foundation for California Community Colleges partnered with SymSoft to establish the Student Centered Design Lab as a student experience service provider included as an integral part of the California Community Colleges’ Educational Technology projects.

CalPERS Members’ Self-Service

CalPERS manages the largest public pension fund in the United States. Their members span a diverse range of abilities, making this project laser-focused on providing streamlined access to information and digital services.

Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety Website and e-Filing System

WordPress design and development, e-filing system development, accessibility remediation, and content migration for the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety that drives utility-related wildfire risk reduction for the state of California.

California Community Colleges

The CCC Chancellor’s office selected SymSoft as their agency for their website redesign and Sitecore implementation. Our services included discovery, subdomain consolidation, user experience design and design system development, web content management system implementation with Sitecore, and content migration.

California Energy Commission

A newly redesigned and modernized portal for the Commission provides easy access for the public and energy sector stakeholders to critical information about energy planning and policy in California.

Intranet for the Department of Water Resources

SymSoft collaborated with The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to redesign their Intranet (named “Blue”), using the Sitecore Experience Platform. Blue provides employees with a personalized experience that keeps them engaged and coming back for more.

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) engaged SymSoft to perform a Sitecore upgrade of their existing solution, and deploy it to the Microsoft Azure Cloud, using Azure DevOps to ensure zero downtime during deployments, and ensure that the solution could handle surges in traffic during peak travel times.

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

Redesigned from the ground up, the new SMUD website reflects the modern state of this community-owned utility provider. With an emphasis on accessible, easily scannable content, the user experience design is paired with Sitecore’s powerful content management experience.

Save Our Water

A redesigned website for California’s Save Our Water program, which provides information to the public and water conservation advocates about embracing sustainability to ensure that water is secured for future generations in the face of climate change.

California Department of General Services

A newly redesigned major state agency service portal providing information for over 150 services supported by nearly 20 divisions and offices. Key improvements include clearly defined services, advanced search and personalization, user-centric content organization, as well as content that is opened up to diverse audiences.

Sacramento Water Quality

Designed with the city residents and the scientists in mind, and built upon the city’s preexisting publishing platforms—the data portal features an easy to access latest data and information on the drinking water quality. Sacramento residents and businesses are continuously informed, with minimum overhead required to publish and manage data. 

Rabobank America

Through a highly collaborative partnership, the SymSoft and Rabobank project teams established a co-working environment to evolve designs and train on the implemented Sitecore solution.

California Department of Water Resources

In a modern implementation of the CA.gov website template standard, California’s DWR meets the demands of rapid content publishing.

State of California Portal

SymSoft web designers and CMS developers built the California dot gov (CA.gov) web portal using Sitecore personalization and content management, powering the state portal for the 5th largest economy in the world.

California Fair Political Practices Commission

The Fair Political Practices Commission came to SymSoft looking for a user-focused information architecture that would allow visitors and staff to easily access over 40,000 documents and pages from their website, even from a mobile device.

California Conservation Corps

A completely new user experience designed to increase recruitment and ease content authoring workflows.

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