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Integrating Accessible Technology


In accessible technology into business world today, business managers discover how to utilize the built in accessibility features in Microsoft products to meet the needs and preferences of people with disabilities. The book speaks about the assistive technology featuring in Microsoft software that can be used to notify specific impairments, including vision and hearing or mobility. Case studies illuminate that Microsoft accessibility solution in action, in real world work settings.

Retain the Most Valued Employees

Accessible technology puts in visual and hearing, mobility, language and learning impairments, which helps organizations to maintain talented employees who are infected with temporary or permanent disabilities, and those who develop impairments due to the natural aging conditions. Retaining employees helps to eliminate the high cost of hiring and training replacements, and improves employee morale. By involving accessible technology, a business grounds can facilitate collaboration and communication among all employees in an organization whether they have a disability or not. This results in greater organizational productivity. Accessible technology is adjustable and meets the needs of a variety of employee needs like more productivity, job with satisfaction, and employee moral ethics.

Reduce costs and save money

Accessible technology really put a helping hand for reducing costs of time lost and money spent when an employee develops a temporary disability. Giving accessible technology also allows an employee with a temporary disability to remain productive and up to date, and may prevent an organization from hiring a temporary replacement or letting the work scheduled late while a valued employee is recovering.  For references read a real world example in ‘Assistive Technology reconnects’ which is related to employees with workplace while recovering from temporary disabilities’.