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.Central Otago District Council (www.codc.govt.nz)
Office of the QLD Parliamentary Counsel (www.legislation.qld.gov.au)
Waipa District Council (www.waipadc.govt.nz)
City of West Torrens (www.westtorrens.sa.gov.au)
City of Bayswater (www.bayswater.wa.gov.au)
Launceston Tamar Valley (www.visitlauncestontamar.com.au)
You can view some of the testimonials received from our clients below. If you would like to send us your experiences with BrowseAloud we would love to hear from you, email Shauna at email@example.com.
Broadmeadows Disability Services (BDS)
"We look forward to the enhanced accessibility that BrowseAloud provides. It will be of immense benefit for the members and families in our community, whilst assisting our organisation to share information more effectively."
Simon McDowell, Program Development Manager
Cerebral Palsy League (CPL)
"BrowseAloud is really easy to use. The user simply highlights the content he or she is interested in and, with the 'click' of a button, the software reads the words aloud."
"CPL is proud to be Queensland's first not-for-profit and non-government organisation to offer this innovation and we would like to encourage other organisations nationwide to follow suit and provide greater online access to people with complex disabilities."
Angela Tillmas, CEO
City of Greater Bendigo
"By providing BrowseAloud more of our residents will now have access to the information on our website. It's a natural extension of the work that we have already done to make our website accessible."
Maureen McMahon, Community Development Officer
International Paralympic Committee
"With BrowseAloud the IPC is adding yet another feature to make sure that our website is accessible and preferred by as many users with or without a disability as possible. We thank Texthelp Systems Ltd. for making this possible."
Xavier Gonzalez, CEO
"BrowseAloud is easy to use and offers features that will assist a wide range of users to interact with the Council website."
Brian Stark, ICT Co-ordinator
Novita Children's Services
"As an agency that provides support to children with physical disability, accessibility is very important to us. BrowseAloud has improved accessibility to the Novita websites for the 20% of Australians who have difficulty reading online content."
Tim Ziersch, Manager Information Services
Public Health Information Development Unit
"BrowseAloud will help us to ensure that our website is accessible to a greater number of Internet users. It is very simple to use and offers a wide range of features to help our users navigate our website with ease."
John Glover, Director
The Hills Shire Council
"The Hills Shire Council has an ongoing commitment to accessibility and speech enabling our websites with BrowseAloud helps us to improve accessibility for those Australians who have difficulty reading online content."
Almitri Dubash, Information Technology Officer
Specific Learning Difficulties Association of South Australia (SPELD, SA)
"SPELD (SA) is a non-profit organisation that supports children and adults with specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia. Our website is a compendium of information about learning difficulties, SPELD services and ways to help people with literacy problems. In all our literature, we recommend the use of text to speech software. Therefore, it is very important that our website be text-to-speech enabled. Our experience of BrowseAloud has been excellent and we recommend that all Australian websites provide access to this facility. BrowseAloud is an important aid to those who find reading hard and I look forward to the day when every website is text-to-speech enabled."
Sandy Russo, Software Advisor, IT & Publication Manager
Western Region Disability Network (WRDN)
"We use our website to share information with our members on a weekly basis. This is an invaluable means of communication, but for some people, it can be difficult to read text on the screen. With BrowseAloud, we have improved this situation for many of our website visitors."
Helen Adams, Executive Officer