Why ADA Compliance?

In 2010, Congress added websites to Title Three of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to ensure that everyone had equal access to the web. Since then, there has been a surge of website-related ADA compliance lawsuits. Businesses are often left vulnerable to these lawsuits. Hiring a developer can take a lot of time and can be costly. If you are in the process of waiting for your website to be made ADA compliant, you might still receive a letter of complaint.  It’s important to make these necessary adjustments to your website quickly. If you don’t, you not only open yourself up to a lawsuit, but you also risk losing potential customers and clients who are unable to access your website.

AvenueADA offers an automatic, simple and affordable website accessibility solution for businesses.

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