Digital Accessibility Auditing

During our accessibility audits, our accredited professionals meticulously examine your digital assets against WCAG 2.1/2.2 AA guidelines through automated and manual testing. We equip your teams with detailed reports, facilitating compliance with accessibility laws and standards across the U.S., Canada, Europe, and globally for web platforms, mobile apps, and digital designs.

Our accessibility monitoring and development experts are on hand to evaluate where you are, provide guidance, plan and structure digital accessibility monitoring and accessible development.

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Ensure all digital properties meet ADA, EAA, and WCAG 2.2 standards, including multimedia and visual elements like transcripts, captions, and PDFs. Automated testing helps, but manual methods with insights from our team of impaired experts and assistive technologies are also needed.

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How AIOPSGROUP, a valantic Company Digital Accessibility Audits Works?

Empower your teams with the skills to build accessible and inclusive digital spaces. Our real-time monitoring and development studio tools ensure every stage, from sandboxes to production, meets the highest standards of accessibility. Enable your developers to rapidly troubleshoot and refine, creating digital solutions that open doors for all users. Choose real-time monitoring that keeps you ahead.


Audit Your Website

Our ADA, WCAG 2.2 and EAA compliance audit merges automated tools with real-world testing by disabled individuals using screen readers, delivering an in-depth website accessibility evaluation.


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An accessibility score is a measure that shows how well your website meets all accessibility guidelines and best practices. The score is based on established accessibility standards (ADA, WCAG 2.2 and EAA).


Fix the Problems

You’ll receive a detailed report with actionable steps by each webpage to boost accessibility, ensuring a user-friendly experience for everyone, including visually impaired visitors.


Ongoing Real-Time Monitoring

AIOPSGROUP’s real-time scanning and analysis, combined with a sophisticated processing engine, delivers precise insights into accessibility scores through intuitive dashboards.

Our service provides a comprehensive digital accessibility compliance audit with real-world testing by individuals with disabilities using a variety of screen readers and devices.

  • 100 + Predefined Test Scenarios for ecommerce
  • 100 + Predefined Test Scenarios for online banking
  • 100 + Predefined Test Scenarios for telecoms
  • Multiple screen reader – JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, TalkBack
  • Multiple Devices and Platforms
  • Responsive Design
  • Custom User journeys and Flows
  • Option for additional validation after fixes
  • Consistent reporting covering all aspects from executive overview down to issues for developers

Why Disabled-Led Manual Audits Surpass Automated Tools?


Automated monitoring tools, despite their efficiency, are limited to detecting only about 60% of actual accessibility issues. They can identify technical compliance but often miss the user logic aspect.


According to Harvard University, Seventy percent of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) success criteria require human review in order to properly interpret criteria and navigate gray areas outside of technology’s purview.


Some retailers use accessibility widgets to outsource making websites accessible, but that’s no guarantee that it works, or that they are safe from lawsuits. 575 of web accessibility lawsuits in 2022 named businesses using widgets, a 36% increase over 2021.

Dynamic Content

Most automated tools don’t handle dynamic content or one-page applications.


Some automated tools offer “automatic compliance” that creates risks and liabilities, slows down websites and mislead the customer.


Manual audits validate user journeys, interactivity, and usability using assistive technology.

When Automated Audits Aren't Enough: Use Cases

Context Clarity

An automated audit tool might mark multiple “Size” labels as compliant, but a person with disabilities might only hear repetitive and uninformative “button size” prompts.

Navigation Solutions

Navigation loops can trap keyboard-reliant users in sections like the Cart, hindering their progress. The most effective approach combines automated monitoring for continual oversight with an initial manual audit.

Overlay Issues

Overlay accessibility tools installation can overwrite the labels with some explanation text. This results in screen readers not being usable in order tracking functionality.

Label Overwrites

Overlay accessibility tools installation can overwrite the missing labels with repetitive or “Text Filed” labels. This results in screen readers not being usable in order tracking functionality.

Navigation Barriers

Automated tools will not let you bypass all the navigation embeded menus, so when possibly making a wrong click, the users must go through 50+ steps to reach the webpage destination (PLP or PDP).

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers below or reach out for an in-depth discussion today. 

How long does the audit usually take?

The length of an accessibility audit can vary according to the scope of the audit and the type of website being audited. AIOPSGROUP’s accessibility audits can be delivered between 1-3 weeks.

Who performs the audit?

AIOPSGROUP’s accessibility audits are performed by accessibility-certified experts and people with disabilities. When conducting manual accessibility audits, a suite of assistive technologies is employed to simulate the user experience of people with disabilities.

Are there different levels of audit?

Yes, there are several components of the manual audit that drive the audit levels. They can result in 2 to 16 different combinations per website. AIOPSGROUP’s digital accessibility audit components to be considered:

  • Number of screen readers used
  • Number of custom scenarios
  • Number of iterations (initial audit, validation audits)

How frequently do you perform an audit?

All the time. AIOPSGROUP’s Accessibility Practice suggests constant monitoring after the initial audit and report, plus a manual audit every six months, adjusting for website updates and legal changes.

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