The blind or visually impaired people account
for almost 10% of the population in Europe
– Do they have access to all your online documents ?

European directive 2016/2102 on the
accessibility of PDF/UA files enters
into force in Septembre 2019.

Comply with the new regulations
by making your PDF documents
accessible to All.

Are you ready to improve the
browsing experience
of your visually or cognitively
impaired internet users ?

Using innovative technology to boost the
accessibility of your PDFs at ultra competitive costs.

A priority goal for public sector bodies and private companies.

Facilitating access information on the internet
for people with a visual impairment

 

As many as 10% of the population in Europe have some form of visual impairment.  Besides those who suffer from blindness or partial sight, there are others who experience vision disorders resulting from sensory, cognitive or motor disabilities. 

Our mission is to breakdown digital access barriers by making information on the Internet accessible to all, including this large segment of the population. 

In this regard, international standards have been ratified according to the WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) standard. EU Legislation thereon has also been adopted and with the use of effective innovative technologies, it is possible to surf the Internet with specialized software using speech synthesizer or braille.

 Unfortunately, PDF, Word, Excel or PPT documents, which are widely integrated on websites, are rarely adapted to these tools. Our role is to render these documents accessible for processing by reading software so that they can be vocalized in the correct reading order.

 

 * (Source: OMS, 2015).

The accessibility of PDFs on the internet is made madatory
by a directive of the European Union 

The European Directive 2016/2012 of 26 October 2016 requires that all documents and forms, downloadable and published on existing public sector websites after 23 September 2018, be made “accessible” at latest by 23 September 2020. In addition, any document of this type published on new public sector websites (those published after 23 September 2018) must be accessible no later than 23 September 2019 (Article 12 (3)).

 To help you comply with these regulations, we have developed an innovative technology solution: e-Accessible-PDF, which renders PDF documents “accessible”, at an ultra-competitive cost. Whether you are in the non-profit sector or the private sector, this solution allows you to expand your audiences and make them more inclusive for people with disabilities.

Examples of PDF documents
concerned by the need for accessibility

       OFFICIAL ACTS AND          LEGISLATIVE DOCUMENTS

ADMINISTRATIVE                   DOCUMENTS

OFFICIAL
DOCUMENTS

ANNUAL REPORTS AND
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

           DATA AND COMMERCIAL         CATALOG

INFORMATIVE
BROCHURES

NOTICE AND
USER’S MANUAL

OFFICIAL
GUIDES

NEWSLETTERS
AND INFO-NEWS

FORMS