Based in Nashua, New Hampshire, Open Access Technologies (OAT) is an early stage provider of accessibility technology products.
About Open Access Technologies, Inc. (OAT)
The company develops software technologies that provide accessibility to all data, visualizations, deep graphics and content. OAT was co-founded by Mike Paciello, world-renowned expert in software and web accessibility, and Howard Berke, serial entrepreneur and high tech start-up executive.
Open Access Technologies is the brainchild of its parent company, The Paciello Group (TPG). Its roots go back to 2007 when TPG founder Mike Paciello and colleagues determined a critical business need for a web-based, PDF accessibility remediation service. Paciello and well-known technology entrepreneur, Howard Berke, presented the proof-of-concept to investors and subsequently launched OAT’s first product service, EnableAccess™.
Building on this, OAT is raising the bar in the high-tech industry by showing how complex software applications can be designed, developed and delivered ready to use by all users, including individuals with disabilities.