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Crawford Technologies, a Toronto-based provider of document solutions designed to streamline, improve and manage customer communications, has joined the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web.
Crawford Technologies offers a platform for the creation and management of printed, electronic and web-hosted documents that includes software solutions and a wide range of services to meet the document accessibility needs of all large, small and private sector organizations and governments of all levels. The company says that becoming a member of W3C enables it to engage with accessibility and core web technology experts worldwide, consistent with its commitment to staying informed and contributing to the development of emerging web standards.
“Since its inception, Crawford Technologies has been committed to providing software solutions and services that help enterprises optimize their customer communications. To do this, we work to stay well ahead of the market and be on the forefront of the market and technology,” comments Ernie Crawford, president and CEO, Crawford Technologies. “Becoming a W3C member exemplifies this commitment. With this membership our accessibility experts will have the opportunity to engage with governing bodies to help set global standards that will benefit our customers.”