Jan. 22 – Jan. 26, 2018 >> Accessibility topics covered this week include the following:
- The importance of SLAs in accessible communications
- Security’s role in accessible standardized testing
- Speed and quality without IT investment
- Accessibility at all levels of government
- … and more!
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Unmatched SLAs in the industry
Customers should receive accessible communications in a timely fashion. Fast turnaround plays an integral role in communicating effectively—it helps keep your organization compliant with accessibility legislation and enhances the customer experience. For this reason, T-Base offers industry-leading SLAs, including 1 day turnaround on automated accessible statement processing.
Sensitive data. Private. Secure. Always.
Accessible communications without IT investment
Subscribers who are blind or low vision demand speed, security and quality of accessible telecommunications. End-to-end service allows you to make all your communications accessible quickly and easily without IT investment. Required is an understanding of today’s best practices and the subject matter expertise to convert communications into the right formats at the right time.
Accessibility at all levels of government
The best–really, the only–way to meet the needs of a large and diverse group of people is to first be aware of their needs and then to take the necessary steps to best accommodate those needs. For training in accessibility and the widest range of alternate formats, at all levels of government, turn to T-Base. We combine technology and expertise for output that is of the highest quality with the fastest turnaround.
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