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Accessible Communications: Weekly Digest 10

By January 19, 2018February 14th, 2018ACCESSIBILITY NEWS, ACCESSIBLE DOCUMENTS


Jan. 15 РJan. 19, 2018 >> This week we talked outsourcing accessibility, the newly launched FASTtrack membership program, how to reach more customers and training content developers to prioritize and incorporate accessibility into online communications.

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We never outsource. Ever.

Our approach to processing accessible statements: We never outsource. Ever. Operating to the same high security standards as mainstream processing and statement/billing centers, before any statement project is fully implemented in the production environment we use a three-phase approach to accessible statement processing.

Launched this week: FASTtrack memberships

FASTtrack memberships for educational institutions across North America are now available. This means 2x faster turnaround, guaranteed delivery dates, reserved transcription capacity, exclusive offers and several other benefits for FASTtrack members.

On reaching more customers in telecommunications

Effectively communicating online with people who are blind or low vision no doubt helps you reach more customers. To do so, your website and mobile app must be accessible for all visitors and in compliance with WCAG 2.0 AA, the FCC, Section 508 & pending legislation. Find out if your website is accessible.

Web accessibility training: Booking sessions for 2018

For those in government looking to revamp online communications–& learn to do so in-house–we offer website accessibility training in full- and half-day sessions. Attendees learn about challenges users with vision loss face, how to make online content accessible and more.

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