GrackleDocs has been selected as a partner in the Google for Education Integrated Solutions Initiative. Grackle uses Google Cloud Platform to help the Google Workspace for Education Accessibility Experience.
The Grackle Suite of Add-ons extends Google Workspace with an intuitive accessibility solution for education users in all three sectors.
AbleDocs know how complicated being compliant can seem. They also know how to make it an easy and rewarding experience. AbleDocs has developed a best in class toolset to make document remediation attainable through a simple process that is compliant 100% of the time. With the highest security standards and deep category insight, we deliver on time and at a fair and competitive price.
AbleDocs believe web content should be available for everyone. They are committed to being the champions of ad-hoc and high-volume document remediation while providing category leadership to push the industry forward. They continue to evolve their solutions through informed workflow and technological innovation with the goal of making the web accessible for everyone.
Region 10 ESC is our Grackle Reseller Partner for all 20 Texas K-12 ESCs and districts. Based in Richardson, Region10 ESC is one of 20 regional Educational Service Centers in Texas delivering professional development and a range of other innovative solutions. Region10 consultants serve more than 865,000 students and 106,000 school staff, of which 56,000 are teachers, in over 130 ISDs, charters and private schools across 10 north Texas counties.
This innovative reseller partnership model was initiated by Region 10 to develop packaged product and services offerings for ISDs that combine Grackle with Accessibility training provided by its consultants.
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We help businesses and organisations understand how to meet the needs of customers and clients with print impairments, and how to source and provide quality accessible documents.
People with visual impairment can lack access to basic information unless this is provided in accessible formats. Under the Equality Act 2010, a print-disabled person has the right to receive information in an accessible format.
Accessible document standards include traditional formats such as braille, large print and audio as well as digital formats like accessible PDF, HTML5 and Daisy.