New York, NY (March 17, 2020) — Madison, a global leader in Social Employee Recognition, is pleased to announce that they have added an automatic AI solution for web accessibility and compliance to their proprietary SaaS platform, Maestro. In an effort to address the growing needs of global organizations and expanding government regulations, such as Canada, the new AI solution provides access to those who are visually impaired, blind, motor impaired, cognitive impairment, or have epilepsy.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines establishes technical programming and coding recommendations designed to make online technology accessible for individuals with disabilities, as well as older individuals, users from rural or developing areas, and even users who may be injured or affected by an environmental factor (such as lack of audio or limited bandwidth). Madison is committed to inclusivity and is adding the solution to better serve its clients and employees.
“Serving over 5 million global users in over 160 countries with web-based employee recognition and rewards products and tools, this new accessibility feature simply makes sense for our users, especially since many of the new WCAG 2.1 guidelines address the growing mobile component of recognition tools,” says Alex Alaminos, Madison’s CEO. “As Madison continues to
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