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Release Date: March 4, 2014
For Immediate Release
Media and Public Relations Officer
Washington, DC, March 4, 2014 – Accessibility Partners, a premier Washington, DC Section 508 and accessibility testing and consulting company, has launched a new website. The company’s site will serve as a conduit not just to present corporate information, but to engage interested parties on all levels on the importance of accessibility.
“In our current age of rapid technological innovation, we must make sure accessibility has a commanding presence. As a company that works to empower people with disabilities by championing accessibility in IT products, my hope is that our new website is a loud call to action for corporations, organizations and federal agencies to converse with us” said Principal Partner, Dana Marlowe.
The revamped Accessibility Partners website will enable users to learn more about their solutions and services, all of which are tailored to cutting-edge technology. Service offerings include accessibility audits for compliance to Section 508, the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), the FCC’s 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, among other applicable legislations. The organization has years of experience testing products ranging from software of all sizes and scopes, hardware, mobile apps, eLearning, websites and web applications, cloud computing and more.
From these audits, their team has created VPATs (Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates) and other compliance documents for clients ranging from small private companies, educational institutions, non-profits, Fortune 500 organizations, large Federal agencies, state government departments, and everything in between.
The site also allows the opportunity for interested parties to engage with accessibility consulting and document remediation services, an archived media section, the company’s About Us page with awards and testimonials, and a blog entitled a11y ally for company reflections on the changing nature of accessibility.
As one of the foremost providers of accessibility services to commercial, government and educational organizations and associations in the Washington, DC area, Accessibility Partners is eager to connect with members in the technology world to work together and improve accessibility for all.
The website can be found at http://www.AccessibilityPartners.com