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Our Story

We support businesses of all shapes and sizes.

Level Access has supported the accessibility initiatives of more than 2000 organizations from Fortune 500 enterprises, to public sector and government agencies, educational institutions, and private sector businesses of all sizes. Our industry-leading software, consulting, and training solutions provide the full 360-degree coverage needed to ensure accessible and compliant websites, mobile apps, software, and other technology, while protecting against legal risk.

We are proud to have a diverse team of engineers, programmers and consultants. Many on our staff have disabilities themselves, giving them a real edge in identifying needs and issues, and effectively testing and creating products and services with accessibility and usability in mind. In addition, more than half of our Accessibility Services staff has worked directly as staff and contractors for the Section 508 compliance teams in U.S. Federal Government agencies.

Our ultimate goal is to create a world where digital systems can be made readily accessible to users with disabilities—so digital technology can become a profound, empowering force in their lives.

Our Accessibility Management platform, AMP is the first and only FedRAMP authorized solution for web accessibility. FedRAMP authorization means government agencies have to follow a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for any cloud products and services that are sold to the government.

Level Access customer logos including Twitter, Adobe, Capital One, University of Virginia, Lendkey, and Aetna.

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We believe a company can succeed and be a positive force in the world.

This inward and outward impact is what makes working at Level Access so rewarding. Our team includes people of all ages, races, genders, faiths, and abilities, and this diversity of thought is one of our most valuable resources. Since we are a growing company, you can be a part of creating our dynamic future—a future with equal access to technology and digital equality for all.

Our Culture


Want to make the web a better place for people with disabilities?

We’re hiring. Level Access is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Visit our Careers page for more information on working at Level Access and a list of open positions.

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Awards + Recognition

We’re proud to share some recent awards we’ve earned

  • Inc. 5000 Award
  • Red Herring 100 Winner - North America
  • 2019 SIIA CODIE Finalist
  • 50 On Fire Award
  • 2018 Top Workplaces Award
  • Winner - Coolest Companies

Blazing The Path In Digital Accessibility

Our numbers speak louder than words. We are leaders in our space and here’s why.

Years of Digital Accessibility Expertise
Dedicated Employees
Customers Served
Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Company

Leader in Website Testing on G2 Crowd

Over 5 million buyers leverage G2

G2 Recognized Leader Winter 2021 G2 Badge - High Performer (Winter 2021) G2 Recognized Easiest to to Business With Winter 2021 G2 Badge with text "Users Love Us"

“The key to our success is that accessibility is now baked in from the beginning. All teams consider it when designing and building solutions—and not just for compliance. Better accessibility and inclusion benefits everyone. Level Access helped define what accessibility means for not only our organization but the millions of students and recommenders who use the Common App each year.”

“Our partnership ensures we’re addressing accessibility in the most comprehensive ways on a path and pace we can sustain-direction that software alone couldn’t provide.”

“Level Access is helping make our accessibility program more sustainable, providing a centralized solution for consistency, education, and self-service.”