The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance is about giving all of your member’s fair and equal service.
The act has been around for quite some time for in-branch services, but have you ever thought about your website's accessibility?
Being there for your members physically is what credit unions have always been about but, being easily accessible for all members online as well, is a win-win.
Richard Gallagher, CEO of Oak Tree Business Systems, Inc., goes into further detail about what your credit union can expect in the future regarding ADA compliance, and ways you can start getting ahead, today.
An excerpt from the article:
“Until the federal government provides clear guidelines on website accessibility for credit unions, lawsuits will continue to rise in murky waters. While the investment of ADA compliance may be a cost you were not prepared to handle, you must now weigh website accessibility versus possible litigation. However, avoiding a lawsuit isn’t the only reason you should consider the following ADA guidelines.”
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