Compare AudioEye vs. Siteimprove

AudioEye is ranked 3rd in Website Accessibility Testing Software while Siteimprove is ranked 1st in Website Accessibility Testing Software. AudioEye is rated 0, while Siteimprove is rated 0. On the other hand, AudioEye is most compared with , whereas Siteimprove is most compared with Monsido.
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Overview

1.Analyze your site
Evaluate your website with AudioEye’s machine learning engine built on data from over 40 million remediations.

2. Integrate our power
Embed our script to improve and continually track WCAG and ADA compliance.

3. Be informed, always
With the AudioEye engine, the power to create a more inclusive web is in your hands.

Having an accessible website is no longer a nice-to-have—it’s a must-have for every brand. Visitors now expect websites to meet universal design principles, meaning websites should be usable by everyone, regardless of disabilities. But creating a fully accessible website is difficult when you don’t have visibility into all of your pages, links, media files, PDFs, or content. With Siteimprove, see all your web assets, so you can fix accessibility issues quickly. Accessibility issues damage your brand, alienate people with disabilities, kill conversions, and compromise your reputation.

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ADP, Cox Communications, Kia, Samsung
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