Accessibility and Section 508
Optimizing productivity for everyone.
Darren Burton reviews the Lexmark Accessibility Solution.
National Federation of the Blind
NFB’s Anne Taylor interviews GW Micro about the Lexmark Accessibility Solution.
Operating multifunction devices (MFPs) with a physical, sensory or cognitive challenge can be frustrating and unproductive. Yet millions of workers face this task every day. To succeed, they require more than a company’s commitment to accessibility; they need flexible solutions that adapt to the user's needs and capabilities.
Lexmark can help. We understand the specific needs of people with these kinds of challenges. That’s why we build our solutions with real-world experience and the feedback of those who have visual and hearing impairments. The result is innovative tactile and audio accommodations that make it easier for them to use our systems.
By empowering employees with the tools needed to get the job done, you’ll benefit from higher retention rates, lower turnover costs and increased productivity.
Simply put, the Lexmark-accessibility solution enables workers with vision challenges to initiate print, copy, scan and fax jobs from any network-connected computer or handheld device.
This solution delivers audio messages that communicate the status of the MFP to the visually impaired with programmable messages—personalized for each employee.
With both accessibility solutions, you can move toward higher levels of performance and productivity while resting easy, knowing you've offered all your employees independence in the workplace.