Toronto, Ont. – Crawford Technologies, provider of innovative document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, announces it will both participate and present at the 36th Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, the world’s largest event dedicated to technology and disabilities. The conference will be held virtually March 6-14, providing participants around the world the opportunity to learn about the latest accessible innovations, research and technology solutions.
As part of the Conference’s live-streamed events, Crawford Technologies’ accessibility experts will be offering the following informative presentations on trending topics:
Tuesday, March 9, 10:00 a.m. PST
Topic: Effortless Microsoft Word Remediation and Compliance
Description: Learn how Microsoft Word users can now create accessible Word and PDF documents without requiring deep knowledge of document accessibility rules or Microsoft Office.
Presenter: Ligia Mora, Senior Product Manager
Thursday, March 11, 9:00 a.m. PST
Topic: Inclusive Documents: Find, Validate & Remediate
Description: Do you know where all your inaccessible documents are? Join us to discuss the best practices to find, validate, remediate and stay in compliance.
Presenters: Dennis Quon, Director of Accessibility Solutions, and Mackenzie Banks, Accessibility Application Developer
Friday, March 12, 4:20 p.m. PST
Topic: Automated Remediation, Validation and Tracking Process
Description: Document accessibility is made easy by automating the remediation and validation process while being able to track and report on the status of an accessibility workflow. A live Q&A session is included.
Presenters: Ligia Mora, Senior Product Manager, and Doug Koppenhofer, Director, Enterprise Accessibility Practice
The conference will include a Virtual Exhibit Hall, open March 9-13, where Crawford Technologies will feature its AccessibilityNow® platform, a comprehensive platform for the creation and management of accessible documents. Providing high levels of automation and integration into any environment, the platform includes software solutions, as well as a wide range of tailored services, to meet the document accessibility needs of both large and small organizations, private sector and government. Leveraging AI and automation, the comprehensive AccessibilityNow platform is flexible and supports both the unique processing requirements of high-volume transactional documents, as well as static documents of all types.
For information about the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, visit this link.