Making your website resources accessible by the largest number of people possible

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WebAccessibility.com works globally with clients to ensure that their Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are accessible to all users, including people with disabilities. Our global team, which includes technologists with disabilities who are considered Thought Leaders in this space, understand the issues and how to effectively test, remediate and train on accessibility to assure everyone has access to your site.

Web Accessibility is an important topic as organizations struggle to reach and retain a wider audience. Having a fully accessible web presence can provide a major benefit for organizations that choose to step up and serve this growing audience. Accessibility efforts will not only drive in major ROI and solid shareholder value, but also add great value to the Corporate Social Responsibility measurements.

There is a major opportunity for organizations to make this a priority and to reap the rewards from their efforts. Many people are impacted and the impact continues to grow as countries age. For example, the US has 74 million baby boomers and this audience controls most of the wealth in the US. As we age many people acquire disabilities that limit their ability to use technology. These stats do not include people without disabilities that may have a family member or friend with a disability. The numbers are staggeringly large and this audience is a fiercely loyal to organizations that fully include people with disabilities.

To comply with guidelines and to include this valuable group of consumers, it is important that all diversity and HR processes, ICT, product development and service touch points are fully accessible to everyone. This includes mobile technology, kiosks, software, documents, social media (Facebook, Twitter, blogs, etc.), websites, and other forms of communications. The need to be accessible grows as our reliance on technology and use of social networks increases

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Best Practices

We conduct continuous field research to develop benchmarks, insights and Best Practices from leading companies and government agencies throughout the global economy that excel in web accessibility. Our in-depth reports contain detailed analysis, critical performance metrics and insights from primary research studies probing today's most pressing web accessibility business issues.

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Training

Learn techniques and methods to create the best possible accessible experience for your websites and applications. Our training combines the latest accessibility research with real-world examples. We blend eLearning, online learning (webcasts and webinars) and on-site instructors to meet your web accessibility training needs. Our instructors are experts in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Accessibility with many years of consulting, testing and training for global clients.

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