The compliance management software then includes all test results in a History archive to allow the enterprise to monitor a project over time, answering any potential audit or litigation demands. Phases of a project can be tracked for compliance by author, time, date, department, and more. Developers and content managers can work collaboratively to manage their testing effort through shared Recorder databases.
We can even go a step further to stop non-accessible content from ever entering the environment or setup workflows and tasks so the times are appropriately remediated. This can all be done with HiSoftware Security Sheriff SP helping to restrict, encrypt, track and prevent non-accessible content from becoming a problem. Read more here about Security Sheriff SP.
With estimates showing that as much as percent of the public cannot access Internet resources due to accessibility problems, you could be missing an opportunity to gain valuable market share. If the of the population can’t purchase products sold via online portals; can’t research products that might be purchased through stores or later in the buying cycle; can’t find companies through search engines that otherwise might answer their questions or solve their problems.
Accessibility isn’t just about preventing costly litigation, settlements and loss of business, it’s about reaching an underserved community an inevitably adding another source of revenue.
Read the HiSoftware and Microsoft Web Accessibility Handbook for more information on making Microsoft completely accessibility.