EDUPRIZE required an automated solution to identify and remediate all the accessibility issues across its public facing website, as well as reporting capabilities to allow them to demonstrate how it was addressing the problem. Compliance Sheriff was selected to audit and monitor the site's accessibility.
CSU’s Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) was formed to guarantee compliance with federal Section 508 accessibility standards across the millions of Web pages maintained by the system and its vendors. To meet an accessibility mandate of this scope, the ATI sought out an automated compliance testing tool.
Following a competitive evaluation of enterprise compliance automation solutions, LV= (previously Liverpool Victoria) selected Compliance Sherriff® to provide the team with confidence in its Web properties.
As part of the university’s equal access, equal opportunity policy, Purdue University formally adopted its Web accessibility policy, covering the main campus and all of the satellites, including Purdue Calumet, in March 2010. To reach its compliance objectives, Purdue Calumet required a comprehensive, automated compliance solution.
TAFE SWSi evaluated and ultimately chose to implement Compliance Sheriff® as well as the Accessibility Foundation Module (AFM) to help them solve two distinct challenges: web content and SharePoint environment accessibility.
The team at WKU began working with Cryptzone in 2008 and has used their automated solution Compliance Sheriff® since then to ensure Web accessibility across the board. Cryptzone products have helped WKU to audit the websites, library electronic content and course delivery system, and thus played a crucial role in WKU’s effort to attain completely accessible content.