HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff Accessibility Module
Increase Enterprise Market Share through the Benefits of Accessibility
In 2003 a study by Forrester Research estimated that as many as 60% (101.4 million) of working-age adults in the United States, ranging from 18 to 64 years in age, were likely or very likely to benefit from accessibility technology being added to website development. This is very important because:
Among adult computer users in the United States (based on 2003 data)2:
- 1 in 4 has a vision difficulty
- 1 in 4 has a dexterity difficulty
- 1 in 5 has a hearing difficulty
With an aging population, these numbers will only increase – in fact, since 2003, literally millions of Americans have entered their 60s, often dealing with issues in vision, dexterity and hearing. At the same time, the numbers of Baby Boomers and seniors online has mushroomed. An enterprise offering e-commerce, educational resources or general information to this population should install accessibility compliance software as a matter of common sense.
Using the HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff Accessibility module for website compliance brings customers, employees, stakeholders and prospects to your content in an actionable way. It is always a good idea to put your content in front of as many people as possible and Compliance Sheriff gives you the ability to do this quickly and easily.
HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff provides a complete suite of compliance management software solutions that enable you to create and manage corporate online standards for Privacy, Accessibility, Social Media/Collaboration, Brand Quality and Operational Security.
Learn more about HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff for your complete Enterprise Accessibility needs:
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1. US Census Bureau data
2. Full study available at http://www.microsoft.com/enable/research