Accessibility Compliance Services

Accessibility Services Overview

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Assessment / Gap Analysis

Whether it's for a Government acquisition, a desire to make your services more accessible, or because you're facing litigation, TestPros can audit your application and help your organization meet their needs!

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Application development resources are limited and accessibility standards can be challenging for any developer to adhere to. Allow us to remediate the accessibility issues in your application for you.

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Program Support

TestPros can assist your company with making programmatic changes with digital accessibility in mind. Whether it's strategic planning, policy creation, or best practice implementation, TestPros is here to help.

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Digital accessibility standards can be challenging for any developer to follow and resources for doing so can be scarce. Allow TestPros to transfer some of our years of knowledge in digital accessibility to your staff.

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Section 508

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WCAG 2.0 and 2.1

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Digital Documents

Web Applications

Desktop Applications

Mobile Devices


Frequently Asked Questions

Short answer - yes! From a business perspective, making your website accessible increases your potential market. In addition, inclusion can be a marketable feature of your company and demonstrates a certain level of concern for customers' needs. Lastly, making your website/application may be required by law and helps to reduce your organization's exposure to potential lawsuits. 

It depends. If your customer is a government or non-government entity that receives federal funding, Section 508 of the American's with Disabilities Act likely applies. Another potentially relevant statute is Title III. Title III prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in the activities of places of public accommodations (businesses that are generally open to the public and that fall into one of 12 categories listed in the ADA, such as restaurants, movie theaters, schools, day care facilities, recreation facilities, and doctors' offices) and requires newly constructed or altered places of public accommodation—as well as commercial facilities (privately owned, nonresidential facilities such as factories, warehouses, or office buildings)—to comply with the ADA Standards.

The Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR) is the leading global reporting format for assisting buyers and sellers in identifying information and communications technology (ICT) products and services with accessibility features. Version 2 of the VPAT was expanded to include the leading ICT accessibility standards: Section 508 (U.S.), EN 301 549 (EU), and W3C/WAI WCAG. To add to its credibility, the VPAT/ACR is used from small to large businesses, to include Google, Microsoft, and more.