Document digitization converts paper documents into digital formats, offering benefits like improved accessibility, security, cost savings, productivity, and eco-friendly practices. However, it also presents challenges
What is document accessibility?
A large chunk of information shared on the internet is in document format. So, making sure that anyone and everyone can easily access your documents is a necessity.
Document accessibility is the process of ensuring that your documents are easily accessible to people with disabilities.
Disabled users take the help of assistive technology such as screen readers, screen magnifiers, speech recognition software, and text-to-speech software.
Making your document accessible will help such readers access your document using such assistive technologies.
Not just that, document accessibility will also ensure compliance with WCAG and section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Advantages of Accessible Documents
Reach a wider audience
Improve user experience
Types of Document Accessibility
Document Accessibility Process
You can share your documents (PDFs, Word, Excel, or Powerpoint), and our accessibility experts will analyze the file structure and individual requirements.
We will get back to you with a quote offering the best prices with guaranteed compliance.
Your documents will go through a hybrid model of manual and automated processes to ensure 100% accessibility and compliance.
Next comes rigorous rounds of quality checks to ensure 99.5% accuracy.
Finally, we offer corrections with the desired accuracy if need be.
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