Allyant, the world’s first comprehensive accessibility solutions company, announced today its platinum membership in the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP)—a not-for-profit membership-based organization for individuals and organizations focused on accessibility and building accessibility skills and strategies.
IAAP’s objective is to help accessibility professionals develop and advance their careers, supporting organizations in integrating accessibility into their services, products, and infrastructure. Allyant’s 2022-2023 membership allows all its employees to leverage IAAP’s professional training and certifications, contribute to research and publications, engage with the SME virtual networking communities, and be a prominent partner at the renowned M-Enabling Summit.
“We are delighted to have Allyant as an IAAP member,” said Christopher Lee, G3ict Vice President, & IAAP Managing Director at the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs. “Allyant is united in IAAP’s mission to increase the number of accessibility professionals worldwide—helping to define, promote, and improve the accessibility profession through certification, education, and networking. IAAP looks forward to having Allyant as part of that ever-expanding professional network.”
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“We are extremely honored to become a member of the global IAAP community, standing side-by-side with dedicated accessibility professionals from around the world.”
“Becoming a platinum-level member of IAAP is the perfect opportunity for Allyant to connect with a like-minded organization with similar goals and a vision for a better tomorrow,” commented Ariel Kunar, Allyant’s Chief Executive Officer. “We are extremely honored to become a member of the global IAAP community, standing side-by-side with dedicated accessibility professionals from around the world.”
Allyant, a newly introduced brand, comprises three former globally recognized solutions companies: T-Base Communications, CommonLook, and Accessible360. Now, as a single entity, Allyant focuses on ensuring every organization’s journey toward equitable access is simple and seamless by eliminating the worry, stress, and uncertainty often associated with accessibility.
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Allyant’s accessibility solutions include enterprise software to create, test, and remediate documents at any volume; services to convert document communications to accessible formats such as accessible PDF, reflowed large print, and braille; and digital accessibility auditing of websites, client portals, mobile apps, and enterprise platforms.
The company’s highly innovative products and services enable any organization, regardless of size, industry, or location, to deliver compliant, accessible communications, helping them achieve their goals of supporting people with disabilities and ensuring equitable access to information for all.