COVID-19 Update: Open Access Technologies understands the urgency of providing accessible documents during this critical time. Therefore, all COVID-19 related documents will be expedited next day at no cost and for our higher education partners, there will be a 25% discount on all online educational curriculum.
Turn to Open Access Technologies (OAT) for economical, high-volume, secure document remediation/conversion services to ensure all your documents are fully accessible and usable for individuals using assistive technologies.
Why choose Open Access Technologies?
PDFs and More
OAT’s proprietary algorithms find, flag and fix accessibility issues in your existing documents, whether PDFs; ePub files; Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Excel documents; and more. You can rest assured your documents will include the specific accessibility features needed by your customers and meet the compliance standards applicable to your industry, including Section 508, WCAG 2.0, PDF/UA and other mandated standards.
Scalable and Secure
OAT’s document publishing tools are built on a proven software platform used by digital publishers around the world for projects large and small. Enterprises rely on our expertise to remediate their current documents or large volumes of legacy documents while maintaining the utmost security and privacy.
Comprehensive Remediation Expertise
OAT’s unique team of remediation and subject-matter-experts from a wide range of disciplines will work with you to ensure the accessibility features of your documents are in place. We will also help you write alternate text for graphics, tables, charts, and images that not only meet compliance standards, but also enrich the content for customers using assistive devices.
With intelligent machine learning, the software becomes more accurate and efficient as each document is processed. The more documents you have remediated, the faster and more cost-effective the process becomes.
Just Good Business
It pays to be proactive when it comes to document accessibility. Waiting to take action until you have a compliance complaint doesn’t make good business or social sense. It’s estimated that more than 7 million people in the U.S. have a visual impairment that makes it difficult to read documents. Can you afford to ignore the visual accessibility needs of your customers?
Get Control of Document Accessibility to Better Serve your Customers