W3C Includes Infosys Accessibility Testing Tool in its Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools List
A large part of the internet is inaccessible to the differently abled and elderly population. Many countries and organizations acknowledge this challenge and have accessibility standards which need to be complied with.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the official body responsible to maintain Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), has added Infosys Accessibility Testing Tool (iATT) to its public list of accessibility evaluation tools.
iATT is an intelligent accessibility compliance analyzer with a robust rules-engine and exhaustive features that enable intuitive data reach accessibility analysis. It strives to make a website accessible to and an enterprise inclusive of all.
W3C is an international community that has been pivotal in setting the gold standard for compliance for websites to be accessible to all. You can access iATT on W3C’s Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools List here.