Website Accessibility Audit Service Launched by Funnelback

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Funnelback has launched its new Website Accessibility Audit service; WCAG Compliance Auditor. The service will enable entire websites and even groups of websites to be checked against machine checkable WCAG 2.0 Level AA accessibility criteria to help achieve accessibility compliance.

Funnelback has launched its new Website Accessibility Audit service called - WCAG Compliance Auditor.

Mr. Stuart Beil, Executive Director of Funnelback said, “The WCAG Compliance Auditor will enable entire websites and even groups of websites to be checked against machine checkable WCAG 2.0 Level AA accessibility criteria.”

“Knowing how much you don’t conform to WCAG guidelines is the first step in identifying what Action Plans an organization should put in place over time to achieve accessibility compliance,” said Mr. Beil.
The WCAG Compliance Auditor provides a common benchmark by which to measure compliance consistently over time. It identifies failures, highlights where they occur on the page and provides explanations of the errors and recommendations on how to fix the errors.

The WCAG Compliance Auditor is provided as a fully hosted “Compliance as a Service” monitoring and reporting tool requiring no installation or integration by the client.
Conformance checks are run regularly to enable clients to track and report on how their levels of compliance change over time.

Mr. Beil said, “WCAG Compliance Auditor is a powerful tool that can greatly assist and support organizations achieve their accessibility compliance goals.”

For further information contact Stuart Beil: +61 2 6176 3160 or email sales(at)funnelback(dot)com or visit http://www.funnelback.com

About Funnelback
Funnelback offers web and enterprise search and compliance solutions. We help people find information they are looking for and help make them more productive. Funnelback is used on a daily basis by organizations around the world including the Australian Government, Westpac Banking Corporation, Skype, Rolls Royce, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Australian Securities Exchange, NRC Canada, Auckland University of Technology, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and the London School of Economics.

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