Allyable and Verbit Partner

Digital accessibility technology company Allyable is partnering with Verbit, a transcription software company, to streamline the process of meeting content accessibility benchmarks.

Both companies aim to provide the tools to deliver equal access for all to online content, using artificial intelligence (AI)-based software to automate compliance with international digital accessibility guidelines and regulations, including Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA, EU341509, Section 508, and ADA criteria.

"Our all-in-one digital accessibility project management platform is a comprehensive solution that allows enterprises to simplify the process of making their digital assets, such as websites, applications, internal, and external systems, accessible. Verbit's innovative suite of software tools enables our enterprise customers to automatically add captions, voiceovers, and transcription to any video, audio, or multimedia asset, and its 99 percent accuracy rate meets our exacting standards of effectiveness," said Allyable CEO David Adi in a statement.

"Our partners around the globe are now making their content and experiences more engaging and equitable to everyone. Plus, they are not only meeting accessibility guidelines but making their information searchable and actionable," said Michael Elkouby, Verbit's vice president of business development and channel partnerships, in a statement.

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