A global economy. New demands from constituents for self-service government. An increase in multi-lingual populations. People living longer and extending their careers --- a "maturing" workforce that has demands for new technologies to enhance their productivity and performance.
The expectations and demands are high and financial resources may be limited for governments seeking to provide excellent services, compete with the private sector for talented workers. In the face of these challenges, organizations are continually pressed to look for innovative ways to streamline business operations while boosting effectiveness.
Integrating accessibility throughout your organization can help your team:
In today's on-demand world, the public expects and requires quick, easy access to information and services. e-government initiatives, along with legislation that requires access to information technology for people with disabilities, are compelling reasons for governments to invest in accessible technology.
This executive brief addresses how you can move beyond compliance and start using accessibility to support your agency's mission-critical goals. With an infrastructure of accessible hardware and software and an inclusive corporate culture already in place, you can begin to sharpen your focus on gaining business advantage from accessibility investments and transform to an on demand business.
IBM helps people with disabilities lead in an on demand world and is helping other organizations do the same.
Learn how IBM has helped other government organizations with their accessibility needs.
Making your organization more accessible to citizens, employees and other businesses is as promising as it is challenging. Whether your organization is large or small, IBM can deliver the planning, design, development and e-learning services for accessibility solutions that integrate with your business initiatives.