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Now that your website is ADA/AODA compliant, it's time to update your documents. Any business or organization working for a government agency must ensure all documents meet the Accessibility Guidelines in WCAG 2.0/2.1 (Section 508 Refresh). Non-government businesses providing accessible documents will also benefit with more potential clients and customers able to utilize your services.

Older documents, whether in Word, Epub or PDF formats, that still represent your business, can be updated or remediated to meet current Accessibility Guidelines. The same success criteria's in WCAG 2.0/2.1 used for website compliance are also applied to documents.

Document remediation skills and knowledge of Accessibility Guidelines are specialized skills. Are these necessary skillsets available within your organization? If not, then ...

Susan Paré Eformatting Services is your solution.

Accessibility is critical in our digital world. Susan Paré Eformatting Services knows how to help you. Call or email Sue today to get your digital documentation work done now.