AudioEye, Inc., announces its partnership with Dealer.com. With this partnership, Dealer.com websites will now have the option to include the AudioEye Ally Managed Service Solution, a technology solution that identifies and resolves issues of digital accessibility, to ensure all site visitors experience barrier-free access with an optimal user experience.
With AudioEye, Dealer.com can offer clients a holistic approach that audits, monitors and eliminates issues of accessibility. Dealer.com is offering the AudioEye Ally Managed Service Solution to all dealers and dealer groups within its portfolio, to ensure equal access for all and mitigate legal compliance risk. There has been a steady rise in lawsuits filed against businesses by plaintiffs claiming ADA Title III violations. Partnering with AudioEye ensures speed to compliance with applicable ADA-related laws and regulations, as well as conformance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1.
Until now, dealer marketers have had limited options to resolve issues of web accessibility; issues that can be time consuming and cost-prohibitive to remediate and that may require in-house subject matter expertise.
“Simply put, AudioEye is helping make accessibility accessible,” stated Todd Bankofier, CEO, AudioEye. “From day one, our remediation technology begins resolving common issues of accessibility, and our team of experts provides ongoing monitoring to ensure compliance. We do the heavy lifting, freeing our clients to focus on what they do best. Further, accessible platforms, like those supported by our strategic partner, Dealer.com, provide efficiencies that yield economies of scale, allowing AudioEye to offer practical, no-brainer pricing for the thousands of clients supported across the single platform.”
“AudioEye’s mission and approach to driving website accessibility was the perfect complement to the highly flexible, market-leading Dealer.com website platform,” added Bob George, associate vice president, products for Dealer.com. “As dealer websites transition more and more to become digital storefronts of the physical dealership, it’s critical that all consumers have access to that storefront — in a way personalized to them individually.”