To enable website visitors worldwide to access content barrier-free, Computacenter now offers enhanced accessibility and language support.
Providing an inclusive toolkit of options enables everyone to customise their online journey in a way that best suits individuals’ needs.
Computacenter is a leading independent technology partner, trusted by large corporate and public sector organisations to source, transform and manage their IT infrastructure to deliver digital transformation. Computacenter is a public company quoted on the London FTSE 250 (CCC.L) and employs over 16,000 people worldwide.
The importance of online accessibility is greater than ever. At least 15% of the world’s population are living with some form of disability, resulting in facing barriers when accessing online content.
Recite Me accessibility software provides everyone with an inclusive online experience. The toolbar includes screen reading functionality, styling options, multiple reading aids, and an on-demand live translation feature that boasts over 100 languages include 35 text to speech.
Andrew Jack, Workplace Strategy Development Director, Computacenter commented, “At Computacenter we are centred around people and their experiences. We endeavour to ensure our people and our customers can access our digital content regardless of any impairment they may have. Studies say that one in five people have some form of impairment and for many that means that there are barriers to accessing content and information. By providing a tool to enhance accessibility, it is not just the right thing to do, but critical to our success and the well-being of our people and the organisations we work with.”