Accessibility-as-a-Service to make your digital properties conform with ADA, WCAG and Sec. 508.
Our platform eliminates the need for consultants and quick-fix gimmicks by streamlining your accessibility efforts through a low cost, cloud based compliance solution that eliminates legal risk while enhancing your overall customer experience.
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Receive ongoing support so that you stay up-to-date with relevant accessibility standards and guidelines.Learn More About Digital Accessibility Compliance
Offer assistive technology to customers who have trouble typing, moving a mouse, gesturing or reading a screen.Learn More About Digital Accessibility Compliance
Showcase targeted content that engages customers with disabilities, so you can build long term relationships with them.Learn More About Digital Accessibility Compliance
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Meet web accessibility standards and regulations as well as the WCAG 2.0 technical requirements.
Enhance Your Digital Customer Experience
Make it easy for people with disabilities to engage with you digitally.
Project a Disability Friendly Brand Presence
Connect with the largest minority in the world. More than half of consumers with purchasing power are touched by disability.
Why Inclusivity Matters
1 in 5 peopleself-identify as having a disability.
More than1 in 4 familieshave at least 1 member with a disability.
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What your peers are saying
We are pleased to join this important coalition of organizations that are working together to empower people with different abilities by making inclusivity the norm.– Merck
Our mission at Carilion Clinic is to improve the health of the communities we serve. By making our vital online services and resources more inclusive to people with disabilities, we know that we will be able to take our mission to the next level by equally serving each and every one of our patients in Virginia.– SVP at Carilion Clinic
Allowing people with disabilities to have equal access to our digital platforms is an extension of our mission to improve the overall accessibility of health education in our community.– Director of Academic and Disability support at TTUHSC El Paso
We’re proud of our mission to provide friendly and intuitive learning solutions to our customers. By building industry-leading accessibility tools directly into our platforms, we’re able to fully live up to our mission and extend the reach of our offering to all customers, regardless of disability.– CTO at Blue Sky eLearn
The Red Cross has long been committed to being an inclusive organization – from the services and resources we offer to the volunteers and staff that we hire. We are proud to join this important coalition and to further reach and raise awareness of our mission by being able to grant people with disabilities better access to the information they need so that they can give or get help when they need it most.– VP, Digital Engagement at American Red Cross
Electricity is essential to everyone in our community, and partnering with eSSENTIAL Accessibility is another part of our effort to provide access to our services for as many people as possible.– SVP, Customer Service at Hawaiian Electric Companies
eSSENTIAL Accessibility’s technology is helping the City of Vaughan become one of Canada’s leading accessible cities. Their app allows web visitors with physical disabilities access services and information online. Having the technology, in addition to WCAG 2.0 adherence, helps us deliver a truly inclusive web experience.– City of Vaughan
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