Ensuring that people with disabilities can experience technology equally is our passion. So is seeing that come to life with our customers. See how these vanguards of inclusion made accessibility an essential part of their business.
Aetna’s journey to digital accessibility delivers inclusive experiences to its members.
An organization-wide commitment to inclusion steers CarMax and Edmunds toward better accessibility.
Common App got ahead of the class by putting accessibility first in their product design.
The leading big box retailer delivers better accessibility and inclusion in bulk.
Mecklenburg County Government grew inclusion and accessibility into equality for its community.
Paylocity puts employees first in “employee self-service’—including employees with disabilities.
Creating accessible web and digital experiences for people with disabilities is a legal and moral priority for organizations large and small.
What Our Customers Say
Lorraine Smigielski, Product Design Manager
“With Level Access, we’re now able to fully engage in conversations about inclusion and accessibility across all roles and departments within Paylocity.”
Jana Uhrich, Digital Accessibility Analyst
“Level Access has allowed us to “shift left” with accessibility experts at the beginning of new projects, coding accessible solutions upfront instead of fixing issues later when it’s more expensive.”
Chris Seamon, Senior Engineer
“We’re trying to be the best that we can, be it for our customers or own associates, when it comes to having a great experience online trying to achieve a goal.”
J. Mike Taylor, Web Services & Accessibility Manager
“Testing with Level Access lets us verify the user experience with real people with disabilities. That’s critical to understanding how our site behaves using the assistive technologies residents depend on.”
Dave Annecharico, Director of Digital Accessibility and Usability
“We’re obsessed with our members, making it easy for them to access all of our services and manage their health. And accessibility just fits right into that philosophy.”
Ren Oden, Senior Program Manager
“Accessibility and inclusion is all about equality. It means ensuring equal access regardless of an individual’s ability in both the physical and digital worlds.”
Amanda Calvert, IT Accessibility Program Director
“Level Access is helping make our accessibility program more sustainable, providing a centralized solution for consistency, education, and self-service.”
Dave Tiss, Director of Development
“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.”
Bakty Motiram, Senior Program Manager
“Accessibility isn’t a one-time fix; it’s a cultural change. It should be a routine best practice like managing data privacy. It’s an essential part of running the business.”
Badges and Recognition
Our success is measured by yours! Level Access is proud to be recognized by our customers as leaders in Website Accessibility Testing in G2 Crowd’s peer ratings and reviews.
Heralded as a Leader in accessibility over 20+ competing organizations.
Rated top of our class in quality of support, likelihood to recommend, and ease of doing business with.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 for exceptional services and solutions.
Recognized by organizations large and small for superior scalability.