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Banking and insurance organisations have a responsibility to support customers in vulnerable circumstances. Providing assistive technology will help people with disabilities to find vital information to support them with their finances online.

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Provide accessibility tools for financial support

Approximately one billion people globally have a disability and they can often face barriers when visiting inaccessible websites. Support your customers with financial information online with assistive technology to give them the ability to use your website in the way that it is intended.

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Auriga Services Ltd

"From a recommendation I received, I reviewed the Recite Me product. Just 15 minutes later I was convinced that it was a must for enabling accessibility on our website and on-line portals. We help people in financial need, and accessibility is essential – especially for those who don’t speak English as their first language. I then discovered that the company behind the product was equally amazing – they could not have been more helpful – firstly by ensuring that we understood the product, and then post sale, in supporting the implementation and further follow up questions later "

Mark Abrams
Chief Executive
Auriga Services Ltd

Why Choose Recite Me Web Accessibility Technology

In today’s world everything we do is online, from booking holidays to looking after our finances and paying our bills. Every website user deserves an inclusive online experience with customisable options allowing them to choose how they navigate and consume information.

Recite Me assistive technology provides your customers with all the functions they need to understand and engage with your products and services. Our unique web accessibility toolbar allows for adjustments to all elements of the page including text, graphics, language, and navigation.

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The right thing to do

Everyone should have the opportunity to be able to access online content. Make your website inclusive to all by supporting people who are neurodiverse, visually impaired, speak English as a second language or of old age.

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The smart thing to do

Make your business available to a wider audience and enhance the user experience journey on your website. Providing accessibility technology increases web traffic, engagement and ultimately leads to more uptake and sales conversions.

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The thing I must do

There are several international and regional laws plus many local regulations that stipulate how a website should be designed and built. Avoid negative customer sentiment and possible lawsuits by providing an inclusive experience online.

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Cloud-Based Software

Every device is covered from a single install. The Recite Me assistive toolbar is delivered as SaaS (Software as a Service). Once installed onto your website you will receive regular updates and always have the latest version.

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3500+ Supported Websites

Recite Me website assistive technology is installed on over 3500 websites, supporting people worldwide. Whether you’re a charity, an education establishment, utility business, recruiter or transport provider, Recite Me can help with your digital accessibility needs.

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Continuous Product Improvements

We’re always looking to provide the best in class personalisation options for your web visitors. That means adding new features to our accessibility toolbar and improving the ones we already have on a regular basis.

Recite Me Accessibility Features

Give your visitors total control when viewing your online content. Discover the unique range of accessibility features to allow people to customise the way they interact with your website.

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Screen Reader

285 million people worldwide have a visual impairment, providing our screen reader will help website visitors to perceive and understand your digital content by reading aloud website text, which can be customised to suit the viewer.

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Reading

774 million people in the world cannot read or write, and 10% of people have a learning disability, so reading content online can be a challenge for some people. To simplify use and support your website visitors, the Recite Me web accessibility toolbar provides five main tools; ruler, screen mask, magnifier, margins, and a dictionary.

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Styling

15% of the world's population is neurodivergent. Recite Me assistive technology allows people to change the way a website looks. Users are able to customise the website's colour scheme as well as the text, font style, size, colour, and spacing.

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Translation

One in ten people don’t speak English as their first language. Recite Me web accessibility technology quickly and easily translates all your web content into over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices.

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Website Accessibility Legislation

Accessibility Legislation

There are national laws governing website accessibility. In the USA this falls under the ADA, in the UK it is covered in the Equality Act 2010, and in Europe there is a specific Directive on the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications.

A common theme that runs through all of these is making reasonable adjustments or accommodations to enhance and promote digital inclusion. What is more reasonable than allowing each website visitor opportunities to consume the content in a way that works for them as an individual?

Give one of our experts a call to discuss your legal responsibilities and how our website accessibility software can help.

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