Fayetteville NC ADA Compliance Service With Accessibility Certification Launched

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A company based in Fayetteville, North Carolina now offers an easy solution for website accessibility issues to help businesses avoid lawsuits and widen their market reach.

ADA Access Granted launches their flagship service for businesses looking to safeguard themselves from the possible repercussions of website accessibility issues. Based in Fayetteville, the company caters to organizations and professionals from any industry within and outside North Carolina.

More details are available at https://www.adaaccessgranted.com.

The newly launched service aims to minimize instances where website owners are sued for failing to comply with the accessibility standards set by the US government. As the company warns, such violations can severely impact any organization, with fines typically ranging from $75,000 to $150,000.

The ADA or Americans with Disabilities Act has been in place since 1990. A more recent ruling, however, stipulates that the ordinance now includes business websites and apps. Both assets are required to make the necessary accommodations for people with disabilities of hearing, movement, sight, and cognitive ability.

To help their clients meet the said accessibility requirements, ADA Access Granted implements a set of quick adjustments to their websites. On the clients’ end, they simply have to insert a line of code to their sites’ backend, and the company takes care of the rest of the modifications.

Part of the improvements is adding an accessibility toolbar to assist people with disabilities in navigating the business websites. It includes features like text reader, keyboard navigation, blinks blocking, display contrast options, image descriptions, and other accessibility functions.

When the process has been completed, businesses get a certificate as proof of their websites’ full compliance with the ADA. They also receive year-round protection from any accessibility issues that may arise with their websites.

Aside from avoiding expensive lawsuits, accessibility is also expected to bring other business benefits. Among them is being able to tap a new market segment whose needs would not have been supported without the additional site features.

A spokesperson from the company states, “71% of web users with a disability will simply leave a website that is not accessible to them. By making digital content accessible, your organization can reach more customers, increase customer satisfaction, and gain a competitive edge over those who don’t include accessibility features.”

Interested parties may find additional information by clicking on the URL above.

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