Are your websites and mobile apps ADA Compliant?
Partner with us to make your digital platforms accessible for people of all abilities.
Our services, when combined, provide a unique set of solutions to solve challenges for businesses in different industries, including education, healthcare, and e-commerce.
Website & Mobile App Audits
We manually audit your websites and mobile apps for WCAG 2.1 AA compliance.
We offer different levels of monthly support as part of our ADA compliance subscription services.
We provide ongoing compliance services to ensure your digital platforms meet WCAG 2.0 and 2.1 A/AA guidelines.
Captioning & Transcription
We can assist you in writing customized scripts that give people with disabilities access to applications that were otherwise inaccessible.
Legal Compliance Consulting
We will work with your team to determine the accessibility needs of your digital platforms.
Letter of Reasonable Accessibility
Get a free assessment of your digital platforms to determine what to improve to become ADA compliant.
We help businesses across different industries resolve their accessibility challenges by providing the right set of services that can meet their business needs and the needs of their customers.
eCommerce / Retail
Retailers must provide accommodations for shoppers with disabilities. We offer ADA website and mobile app audit services for e-Commerce and retail businesses, including Shopify merchants.Learn More
We work with educational institutions to update their systems to help them be accessible to students of all abilities.Learn More
The convenience of managing our finances online also means financial institutions need their technology to meet accessibility compliance. We want to help people of all abilities enjoy this convenience.Learn More
We work with healthcare service providers to update and maintain their digital platforms so patients with disabilities are able to review insurance claims, access health records, make appointments and more.Learn More
Hospitality / Travel
We’re here to support the efforts of businesses in the hospitality and travel industry to update and maintain the accessibility of their websites and mobile apps for their customers.Learn More
We’re proud to be an invaluable partner for the public sector and its vendors.Learn More
If you offer software as a service, we’d love to work with you to ensure your software is accessibility compliant.Learn More
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