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Qlik Sense Accessibility

Hey Guys - this particular post may not be relevant to everyone, yet it is an integral part of making sure that a software's capabilities can be used by those who have impairments. With the release of Qlik Sense June 2018, we have added some new accessibility conformance features that comply with WCAG 2.0 standards.  To learn how we are making Qlik Sense more accessible to everyone, please check out this brief video below. Please let us know what you think and post any question, I'll be happy to address them.

Qlik Sense Accessibility




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Michael Tarallo (@mtarallo) | Twitter

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Great job Mike as always!!!

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This is much more important than many people think.  And has gone under my radar until now.

 

EU now demands that website provided by the public (government) sector must be accessible by "everyone", also people that cannot see, or cannot use a mouse, for example.  There are also regulations coming up dictating that this (WCAG) requirement will also apply to tools used by the public sector internally.

 

It does affect a lot of users. And it would have affected a lot of potential sales, if WCAG was lacking.  

Good work! 🙂

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