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Real Solutions for Online Accessibility

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If ADA compliance was not on your radar screen at the time your website was developed, you are in good company.

But in the current environment, accessibility of your digital assets may be an ADA-mandated fact of life. A recent flood of lawsuits is driving home this reality and the fact is, sometimes the search for fast fixes can lead to unintended consequences. Of course, your objective is to get your website into conformance as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. 

Even though the time and resources associated with making your website and apps accessible is something that you might prefer to not have to deal with, at Promet Source we’ve discovered that expanding digital accessibility actually provides an incredible opportunity to gain a more expansive, empathetic, and inclusive view of customers and constituents. 

Your Partner in Accessibility

Interested in learning more about the advantages of both automated and manual accessibility testing and website remediation to help ensure your website is compliant with accessibility standards? With Promet Source, you get a strategically sound, sustainable solution -- the advantage of an accessibility partner who guides you through the process of actually getting your underlying code into conformance with accessibility guidelines. 

Our process reflects the specific recommendations of current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and the expectations of the ADA.

I look forward to speaking with you about an accessibility solution that incorporates a range of advantages.

Click here to let me know how we can help.

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