Experienced WCAG - Section 508 & ADA Compliance Consultants

Accessibility Compliance Services Overview

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Accessibility Assessments and Audits

Whether it's for a Government acquisition, a desire to make your services more accessible, or because your organization is facing litigation, we can audit your application and identify Section 508 / AODA / WCAG / and EN 301 549 accessibility compliance issues.

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Accessibility Remediation

Application development resources are limited and accessibility standards can be challenging for any developer to adhere to. Allow our front-end engineers who specialize in accessibility compliance remediate the 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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Training

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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Accessibility Compliance Areas of Expertise

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ADA & Section 508 Compliance

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WCAG 2.0 and 2.1 Compliance

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DHS Trusted Tester v5 Compliance

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Web Applications

Desktop Applications

Mobile Devices

Why Choose Us?

Trusted and Independent Accessibility Consulting You Can Rely On

What Sets Us Apart

TestPros has over 33 years of experience providing independent IT assessment and security services, including accessibility compliance, but years of experience is not all we bring to the table. You can trust our accessibility service delivery meet your expectations, and here is why:

  • We have been trusted to provide services to commercial and government customers, including small businesses,Fortune 500 companies, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, and more
  • We have overwhelmingly positive past performance ratings and customer reviews
  • We use a combination of automted and manual accessibility testing to ensure you are as compliant as possible
  • Reasonably priced and we do not try to upsell you, while maintaining exceptional quality
  • Staff consists of experts in their fields, possessing certifications such as IAAP WAS and the DHS Trusted Tester Certification
  • Proven track record of successful service delivery that is expertly managed, efficient, and timely

Our Commitment To You

TestPros mission is to help our customers deliver Information Technology that is reliable, compliant, user-friendly, and successful for the organization that it serves. Our goal as a company is to fulfill our mission while working within the Core Values:

  • We treat our clients, partners, and employees as we would expect to be treated ourselves
  • We are dedicated to every customer's success
  • We operate with professionalism and integrity in all relationships
  • While independent, we collaborate to optomize software development life cycles and system end-user delivery
  • We innovate and go above and beyond to help our clients improve their business performance

Additional Accessibility Resources

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What is Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act?

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What is Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act?

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Top 5 Reasons to Make Your Website Accessible


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How to Comply With WCAG 2.0


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Download FREE WCAG 2.1 Checklist

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.

Take a look at our article on the “Top 5 Reasons To Make Your Website Accessible” for additional information.

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 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) – or 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 2.4 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 GoogleMicrosoft, and more.