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Enabling an Accessible SDLC – People, Process and Technologies


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Sponsored by TPGi

Tuesday, August 31, 2021
11 a.m. ET

In this session, we'll discuss how DevOps can play a crucial role in ensuring your products are accessible to all users. We will also review some hands-on examples of how TPGi makes collaboration on the accessibility process easy for software engineers, product managers and DevOps professionals so they can make any product accessible.

Chase Aucoin
Chief Architect - TPGi
Chase Aucoin (oak-wyn) is an accessibility advocate, international speaker and the chief architect for TPGi. He has worked and consulted for many Fortune 500 organizations across many sectors from agriculture, logistics, manufacturing, retail, automotive, finance, SaaS and critical infrastructure. His goal is to help all organizations make a greater impact and create higher returns by creating amazing experiences for all their users, while making life easier and more rewarding for the technologists who enable it.
Mark Miller
Director, Emerging Accounts & Platform - TPGi
Mark Miller has worked in accessibility for eight years, helping organizations of all types across numerous verticals with strategic approaches to accessibility that help make their products and websites usable by all people.
Currently, he works as director of sales and emerging accounts for TPGi and is in his eighth year as host of the Real People, Real Stories Accessibility Podcast.
Drawing from over twenty years of experience in technology, marketing and business development and years of experience as an IT director and technical consultant, Mark works with TPGi’s clients to help them understand the various processes, products and services to consider when conducting a successful accessibility program. He then focuses on their specific needs and processes in order to suggest accessibility plans and services that are most appropriate to their current situation.


What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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