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AccessibilityNow provides high levels of automation and integration into any environment, the platform includes software solutions and a wide range of tailored services to meet the document accessibility needs of all organizations, large and small, private sector and governments of all levels.

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Are PDFs Slowing Your Document Production?

Are PDFs Slowing Your Document Production?

One challenge faced by print service providers (PSPs) is dealing with 'print-ready' PDF files supplied by their customers. Often, these files are laden with mistakes, such as missing resources or improperly structured content, that can derail the print process and cut into productivity. PSP team members spend valuable time troubleshooting errors in PDF files rather than executing productive tasks.
WCAG 2.2: Unlock Accessibility Superpowers with CrawfordTech

WCAG 2.2: Unlock Accessibility Superpowers with CrawfordTech

WCAG 2.2 isn't just a buzzword. It's a modernization in making documents accessible to everyone. The latest 2.2 update unlocks inclusion for everyone, elevates user experience for all, and paves the road for future document accessibility compliance. Ready to be a WCAG 2.2 master? CrawfordTech’s solutions and vision can help you on your compliance and inclusion journey.
Colorado Rulemaking on Digital Accessibility is Evolving – Are You Ready?

Colorado Rulemaking on Digital Accessibility is Evolving – Are You Ready?

On Friday, December 15th, the State of Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) submitted rulemaking changes relating to HB21-1110, also known as the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA). There’s a lot going on here, and we won’t summarize everything but instead will focus on one or two elements that relate directly to content.
Navigating the Challenge of Legacy Document Systems

Navigating the Challenge of Legacy Document Systems

It's a common problem faced by many businesses: how to use and manage legacy document systems to meet the business demands of today. For many organizations, these systems, which often involve a range of documents, data, and technologies, have been in place for many years. They can be difficult to integrate with modern platforms and applications.
Mining Documents for Buried Data

Mining Documents for Buried Data

If your company is an external print and mail service provider, you are at the end of the document production line. You have no access to the databases your clients use to create the bills, statements, notices, claims, and other transactional documents that you create. Companies usually do document composition internally. Your firm, the print/mail service provider, receives only the product of the composition step–a print-ready file such as a PDF.
Will Your Year-End Print Jobs Process?

Will Your Year-End Print Jobs Process?

Once-a-year print jobs can be a pain. If you're in document operations, it's not unusual to find out (on production day) that something changed since last year and no one told you. You might discover the data structure isn't as expected or documents aren't formatted properly for finishing equipment you upgraded since you last ran the jobs.
Ensuring Accessibility for All: The Essential Role of Enterprise Document Accessibility Platforms (EDAPs)

Ensuring Accessibility for All: The Essential Role of Enterprise Document Accessibility Platforms (EDAPs)

In today's increasingly digital world, organizations are facing a growing imperative to ensure that their documents are accessible to all users, regardless of their abilities. This is not only a matter of social responsibility but also a legal requirement in many jurisdictions. An Enterprise Document Accessibility Platform (EDAP) can be a powerful tool in helping organizations meet these challenges.
Simplifying Compliance with Colorado’s Anti-Discrimination Act (HB21-1110) for public documents

Simplifying Compliance with Colorado’s Anti-Discrimination Act (HB21-1110) for public documents

Making web content such as portals and public websites accessible and compliant with WCAG is pretty straightforward: you audit those portals or sites for issues, create a bug list, submit it back to the dev team and they iron out the “bugs” until the site passes automated checkers AND a manual review – a manageable project and sustainable if you get your team up-skilled to embed accessibility into your process. But when it comes to document content, the “How” is a lot more murky.

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