Document Accessibility Education At 2021 Technology Conference

March 4, 2021 – Toronto, Canada. Crawford Technologies, a leading provider of document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, participated in the 36th Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, the world’s largest event dedicated to technology and disabilities. The conference was held virtually March 6-14, providing participants worldwide the opportunity to learn about the latest accessible innovations, research and technology solutions. Crawford’s presentations included “Effortless Microsoft Word Remediation and Compliance”, “Inclusive Documents: Find, Validate & Remediate”, and “Automated Remediation, Validation and Tracking Process.”

Crawford also  featured its AccessibilityNow platform during the conference’s Virtual Exhibit Hall where they conducted a live question and answer session. The platform is a comprehensive solution for creating and managing accessible documents and includes software solutions and tailored services to meet the document accessibility needs of large and small organizations, private sector and the government. The company leverages AI to support both high-volume transactional documents and static documents of all kinds [Source: Crawford Technologies, What They Think].

Date of Publication: 
Thursday, March 4, 2021


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