Xerox Technologies Help The Visually Impaired
There are over 15 million blind or visually impaired people in the U.S., and 38 percent are actively employed in today’s workforce.
There are employees in every vertical of business and public sector organizations looking for technologies that allow them to work independently without the support from their sighted colleagues to perform life’s simple office tasks.
Today, with the new technologies like the Xerox Adaptable Accessibility Solution, the blind and visually impaired can leverage new smart technologies, that make office tasks easy for people of ALL ABILITIES.
The Xerox Adaptable Accessibility Solution operates on a standard tablet to leverage a user’s existing working knowledge of technology tools. Plus, audio talk-back provides work independence for key features like Copy, Scan to Email and Faxing, minimizing the barriers that technology presents for people with disabilities.
Xerox worked with ABVI, the Association Of the Blind and Visually Impaired located in Rochester, NY in the development of this new technology for Xerox multifunction printers. The result of this collaboration led to one of the best intuitive technologies for the blind and visually impaired in the industry.
As Helen Keller once said, “We are never really happy until we try to brighten the lives of others.”
The Xerox Adaptable Accessibility Solution is supported on many Xerox devices with Xerox ConnectKey® Technology. With a strong commitment to empowering all decision makers equally, Xerox also offers braille product brochures.
Ask one of our Visual Edge IT product specialists at 1-800-336-1642 to learn more about the latest Xerox accessibility solutions.
To learn more about the latest Xerox accessibility solutions, contact one of our Visual Edge IT product specialists at 1-800-336-1642, or click the link below to fill out an information request form.