Enterprise-Level Accessibility

WCAG & ADA Accessibility Tools For Ecommerce

If you’re selling products or services, you’re missing out on a huge market opportunity if your website isn’t WCAG & ADA compliant. There are over 1 billion people globally with disabilities, and 61 million in the US alone. Making your site WCAG & ADA compliant increases your potential customers and improves your SEO.

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Avoid Lawsuits

Our tools are always updated with the latest accessibility standards, so you can be confident that your store is compliant. Ecompliant can save you thousands of dollars in legal fees and litigation due to not being ADA compliant.

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Boost Sales

Don’t miss out on potential sales or upset customers because your e-commerce store isn’t accessible. Our tools can help! We’re compatible with Shopify, Woocommerce, Magento, and custom stores, so we can make changes to your business automatically.

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Our Accessibility Tools Automatically improve the online shopping experience by using artificial intelligence to correct and fill in missing information and providing visual enhancement settings and more for your eCommerce customers


Improve SEO

Most of the WCAG guidelines are SEO-friendly, such as using orderly content, having clear and consistent navigation, and providing alt text for images. So not only will you be reaching a larger audience, but you’ll also be improving your visibility in search engines.

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Why Compliance Matters

How ADA Laws & WCAG Impact Your Business

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are two important compliance standards that website owners should be aware of.

The ADA is a law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including websites. The WCAG, on the other hand, is a set of international guidelines that outline how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities.

While the ADA applies to all US-based websites, the WCAG is intended for use by organizations worldwide. Both the ADA and the WCAG require website owners to take steps to ensure that their sites are accessible to as many people as possible. failure to comply with these standards can result in significant legal penalties.


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