Dealer.com has named AudioEye as its premier partner for digital accessibility. 
 - Photo courtesy AudioEye Inc.

Dealer.com has named AudioEye as its premier partner for digital accessibility.

Photo courtesy AudioEye Inc.

TUCSON, Ariz. — AudioEye Inc. has entered into a premier partnership with Dealer.com (div. Cox Automotive). The agreement is intended to make it easier and more cost-effective for OEMs to adopt and prioritize digital accessibility as leading car brands seek to ensure compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act across their digital ecosystems, including the dealer marketers representing their brands online.

“We are thrilled to expand our relationship between Dealer.com and AudioEye,” said Bob George, associate vice president of products for Dealer.com. “As we continue to introduce new digital solutions to make buying, selling, owning and using cars easier for everyone, it’s crucial these solutions are barrier-free so that every individual is able to use them for their advantage.”

“Our expanded partnership with Dealer.com will allow us to offer more of their clients a practical and affordable path to achieving a holistic, trusted and sustainable web accessibility strategy, ensuring compliance with ADA-related requirements and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1,” said Sean Bradley, AudioEye’s co-founder, president, and chief strategy officer. “With Dealer.com leveraging its market standing and committing to represent AudioEye in the automotive landscape, we can focus more effort on ensuring our ability to implement and maintain accessibility on a much broader scale.”

Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today

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