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AbleDocs Introduces the First-Ever Accessibility Management System: ADAlign

Posted by: Matisse Hamel-Nelis
on 16, Mar 2022
from Oakville, Ont.

AbleDocs, the leader in digital accessibility products and services, is proud to announce the launch of ADAlign, the first-ever Accessibility Management System (AMS).

“We live in a world where knowledge is power, and organizations are expected to navigate accessibility requirements with no prior knowledge of its key components,” said Adam Spencer, President and CEO of AbleDocs. “We have management systems for all these other facets of business, but no one is bringing them together in one place. By developing an AMS, we are giving these organizations the knowledge and tools they need to embrace accessibility and make it part of their identity.”

Designed to be a holistic approach in helping organizations and individuals meet their accessibility goals through self-directed learning, ADAlign is comprised of modules with multiple courses in six key areas:

  • The Basics
  • Documents
  • Web
  • Legislation
  • Communications
  • Employment

ADAlign provides subscribers with access to freeware, self-directed learning videos, resource sheets, practice sheets, regular webinars, discussion forums, and industry insights from experts in each of these areas to help ensure the information is being understood and applied correctly.

Additionally, users can hone their ADAlign experience based on their specific roles and needs, providing a tailored experience while learning about accessibility.

For launch, ADAlign offers Documents and Web modules, with others coming shortly.

To learn more about ADAlign, visit adalign.abledocs.com.

About AbleDocs

AbleDocs has become a world leader in digital accessibility. With offices in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Kuwait, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States, AbleDocs offers products and services that help to ensure high volume document accessibility compliance, testing, training, and web compliance.

AbleDocs is the only company to guarantee the compliance of every file they produce with a $10,000,000 liability guarantee. Offerings include ADService, ADScan, ADStream, ADLegacy, ADTraining, ADWeb, axesWord and axesPDF.

For more information, visit abledocs.com.

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Since its founding in 2019, AbleDocs has become a world leader in digital accessibility with offices in nine countries. AbleDocs offers products and services to organizations that help to ensure high volume document accessibility compliance, document accessibility testing, accessibility training, and web accessibility compliance.

AbleDocs is the only company in the world to guarantee the compliance of every document they produce and back it with a $10,000,000 liability guarantee. Current offerings include ADService, ADGateway, ADScan, ADStream, ADLegacy, ADForms, ADTraining, ADWeb, axesWord and axesPDF.