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How Often Should I Renew my VPAT?

Helpful tips about a VPAT document
A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document created by the developer or vendor of an information and communication technology (ICT) product or service. It describes how well the product or service complies with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act's accessibility standards.
 
A VPAT document assists ICT product or service buyers to make informed decisions before purchasing the product or service. It specifically assists them in:

What makes VPAT Certification so important for businesses?

What is a VPAT?
VPAT, which is an acronym for Voluntary Product Accessibility Template, is a self-disclosing generic document template that businesses use as a prototype when generating accessibility conformance reports (ACRs), which show compliance with the Revised Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act, for their electronic information and technology (EIT) products or services.

What Five Steps Should be Taken to Comply With the ADA?

What is the ADA?
The ADA is an acronym for the Americans with Disabilities Act. State and local governments, including public transportation authorities, are forbidden from discriminating against people with disabilities. Title III of the Act prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in public accommodations.
 
Why is ADA compliance important?

What arethe Section 508 Guidelines?

Section 508
When referring to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act as revised by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, the abbreviation “Section 508” is frequently used. T his provision of the Rehabilitation Act mandates that federal agencies create, acquire, maintain, and use information and communications technology (ICT) that is accessible to people with disabilities regardless of whether they are federal employees or not.
 

How Do You Create an Accessibility Conformance Report?

 
What is an accessibility conformance report?
An accessibility conformance report (ACR) is a document that formally summarizes the extent to which an electronic information technology (EIT) product or service conforms to the established accessibility guidelines and standards, namely, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 or 2.1; the Revised Section 508 Standards; and the European Union (EU) EN 301 549 Standard.
 

A SaaS marketing strategy should put accessibility at the forefront

The term "SaaS" is an acronym for "Software as a Service." It explains how awareness is created to support software sales. SaaS marketing helps in the introduction of a product to the market, supports in positioning the product, and assists in raising awareness of a SaaS company.
 
SaaS products differ from other goods in several ways. They aren't anything you can hold in your hand because they don't have a physical existence. Because of this, you require a unique strategy to be able to sell SaaS solutions, which is where SaaS marketing strategies come into play.
 

What Does “Website ADA Testing” Really Mean?

 
ADA website compliance
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design, which require that all electronic information and technology (EIT), including websites, be accessible to people with disabilities, serve as the foundation for ADA website compliance. Making your website ADA compliant is one of the proactive ways to make your business or organization inclusive and grow.
 
Websites with unmet ADA compliance standards are at risk

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