LAKEWOOD, OH – Onix introduces PDF Conversion Services as an extension of its PDF conversion software, Equidox by Onix™. Organizations can now outsource the cumbersome task of converting PDFs into accessible web content to Onix experts.
By using the Onix team of experts for PDF remediation projects, educational institutions, government agencies and businesses will save time and money while improving workflow and employee productivity.
“Many of our clients need to ensure their websites conform to WCAG 2.0 AA — the W3C’s web accessibility standards. Yet they often do not have the time or the personnel to complete the task,” said Tim Needles, CEO and President of Onix. “By outsourcing PDF remediation projects to our trained experts, our clients can keep their initiatives on time and on budget, and can be assured that the PDF conversions comply with the web accessibility guidelines.”
PDF file conversion can be complicated for department staff who may lack the technical knowledge needed to ensure the conversion is done correctly. Onix’s technical consultants have the advanced skills, knowledge and expertise needed to efficiently convert PDF files into WCAG 2.0 AA-compliant HTML and accessible PDFs.
“A growing number of internet users face significant challenges because of the lack of accessible web content for people with cognitive and visual impairments,” added Needles. “Equidox simplifies the process and gives web content developers an easy way to convert inaccessible PDFs to improve online accessibility for millions of people with disabilities. Our clients now have a choice: use Equidox software to convert the files themselves or outsource the entire project to our consultants.”
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