Dealer.com users now have access to AudioEye’s digital accessibility compliance and experience-enhancement solution. 
 - Photo courtesy AudioEye

Dealer.com users now have access to AudioEye’s digital accessibility compliance and experience-enhancement solution.

Photo courtesy AudioEye

TUCSON, Ariz. — AudioEye Inc., a SaaS provider specializing in digital accessibility solutions for individuals with disabilities, has partnered with dealer website provider Dealer.com. Dealer.com users now have the option to include AudioEye’s Ally Managed Service Solution, which was designed to ensure all site visitors experience barrier-free access with an optimal user experience.

“AudioEye’s mission and approach to driving website accessibility was the perfect complement to the highly-flexible, market-leading Dealer.com website platform,” said Bob George, associate vice president Products for Dealer.com. “As dealer websites transition more and more to become digital storefronts of the physical dealership, it’s critical that all consumers have access to that storefront — in a way personalized to them individually.”

Executives noted there has been a steady rise in lawsuits filed against businesses by plaintiffs claiming ADA Title III violations. Partnering with AudioEye ensures speed to compliance with applicable ADA-related laws and regulations, as well as conformance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1.

Until now, dealer marketers have had limited options to resolve web accessibility issues, which can be time-consuming and cost-prohibitive to remediate and may require in-house subject-matter expertise, according to AudioEye CEO Todd Bankofier.

“Simply put, AudioEye is helping make accessibility accessible,” Bankofier said. “From day one, our remediation technology begins resolving common issues of accessibility, and our team of experts provides ongoing monitoring to ensure compliance.”

Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today

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