Auto Tagger First Solution on the Market That Easily and Cost Effectively Converts Ad Hoc Customer Communications to Accessible PDF or HTML in Real Time
June 8, 2017, Toronto, ON – Crawford Technologies, provider of innovative document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, continues to lead the market with the introduction of its newest document accessibility solution, Auto Tagger for Accessibility. Auto Tagger for Accessibility automates the process of creating documents that can be recognized by assistive technologies, making it fast and easy to convert unstructured documents to accessible PDF or HTML in real time, reducing the time needed for a specialist or designer. The solution is the first on the market to easily and cost effectively address the need for creating ADA and Section 508 compliant ad hoc communications such as letters, notices, marketing documents, books, manuals, contracts and legal documents.
Crawford Technologies’ automated tagging solution can eliminate the manual remediation/tagging step by automatically using intelligent algorithms, significantly cutting costs. Additionally, turnaround time can be reduced from days to minutes. Auto Tagger for Accessibility can be used in a standalone mode where it can be integrated with any document management system. It can also be used in conjunction with Crawford Technologies’ rules-based solutions to handle free-form documents and free-form portions of structured documents.
“We are very proud to introduce a solution that extends CrawfordTech MasterONE accessibility software with the ability to handle with ease all types of communications within an enterprise. Auto Tagger for Accessibility’s automated functionality makes it possible for organizations to provide customers and employees with communications that meet their exact needs,” said Ernie Crawford, president and CEO of Crawford Technologies.
Crawford Technologies will be demonstrating and discussing Auto Tagger for Accessibility and the entire MasterONE suite of products for the first time at the M-Enabling and IAAP conferences in Washington, DC June 12-14.