Does AudioEye offer auditing services?

To ensure compliance with Section 508 Standards for Electronic and Information Technology as they pertain to 'Web-based intranet and internet information and applications' (1194.22), and any future changes in conjunction with the Section 508 (ICT Refresh), AudioEye audits against internationally recognized W3C WCAG 2.0 level AA standards.  The audit process is conducted by Accessibility Engineers, User Interface Analysts, and AT Usability Testers.  Tests are facilitated through, both, automated and manual processes, which are tracked and managed through the AudioEye Digital Accessibility Platform.  Violations requiring remediation are reviewed by Accessibility Engineers, who work w/ Client stakeholders for implementing website fixes at the source OR, alternatively, remediation services are provided by AudioEye engineers who implement website fixes, which are applied dynamically through the AudioEye Ally service.   When audits have been completed and maintained (as monitored by AudioEye over time), AudioEye offers Accessibility Certification, which outlines the Client’s level of conformance to WCAG 2.0.  This certification/conformance statement is generally promoted through an Accessibility Statement or through the Certification promoted when implementing the AudioEye Ally Solution.

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