BrowseAloud can be used on a community of more than 7,000 websites worldwide. Some of our most high profile customers include:
Some of our most recent customers are listed below. You can view our full customer list by clicking on any of the market sectors listed in the left hand column.(www.2015worldgymnastics.com)
We are always delighted to hear how BrowseAloud has helped to improve the web browsing experience for our end users and improved our customerís websites.
If you would like to send us your experiences with BrowseAloud we would love to hear from you. Email Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Met OfficeThe Met Office strives to ensure all its services, including the website, are as accessible to as many people as possible. BrowseAloud will allow us to achieve this aim and hopefully reach a wider audience."
Jill Harmer, The Met Office
BT"We are always looking for ways to improve our corporate site. We have introduced BrowseAloud to help our online visitors access content more easily and this service is incredibly easy to use. Another great advantage is that it is completely free to our website users. We are confident that the accessibility of our websites has been significantly enhanced and we are reaching a much wider audience than ever before."
David Barrett, BT
City of London Corporation"We didnít look into accessibility simply because we have a legal requirement; we feel that there is also a moral obligation to facilitate inclusion. Texthelp did the majority of the work remotely and all we needed to add to our website was the link [to BrowseAloud-enable our website]."
Keith Harvey, City of London Corporation
Aspire Housing"We wanted to improve the accessibility of our website by having it speech enabled. We looked at other websites and were impressed with how easily Browsealoud worked. We have used Browsealoud for over 12 months and feel it is a good tool for making our website more accessible to customers."
Jackie Leonard, Aspire Housing
Swindon Primary Care Trust (PCT)"Swindon PCT is committed to improving access to healthcare and having BrowseAloud on our website is an excellent way to help achieve this. The BrowseAloud logo is easily recognisable, and once the software is installed, it will work automatically whenever users visit our website."
Caroline Fowles, Swindon PCT
British Lung Foundation"It is vital that our website is accessible to everyone. BrowseAloud will help the British Lung Foundation to ensure that over eight million people who are affected by a lung condition and their carers receive the same information and support from our website."
Richard Bloomfield , British Lung Foundation