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On 5/4/17, The Wolf <hank.smith966@...> wrote:
speaking of vfo they just snatched up another company
I sware there ought to be a federal investigation in to there practices
and I am dead serious on that one.
see the below article from blind bargains.
VFO Expands Again with Acquisition of The Paciello Group
J.J. Meddaugh <https://www.blindbargains.com/aboutauthor.php?u=1> May
01, 2017 7:22 PM ET
VFO, owners of the Freedom Scientific, Optelec, and AI Squared brands,
is growing in size once again with the acquisition of The Paciello Group.
Founded in 2002, The Paciello Group specializes in accessibility testing
and remediation, especially as it relates to WCAG 2.0 and Section 508,
two standards which guide organizations and government agencies toward
accessibility compliance. VFO had an existing team specializing in
enterprise-class accessibility solutions, though the acquisition will
allow them to put much more of a focus on these areas.
Some of their clients according to their website include AT&T, The
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Google, Hyatt, and Charles Schwab.
In Their Own Words
The Paciello Group is passionately dedicated to helping government
agencies, technology vendors, e-commerce corporations, and
educational institutions make their technology equally accessible to
all people, including those with disabilities. The company offers
professional consulting, technology solutions, and services to
ensure that clients reach all audiences effectively and efficiently
while meeting commercial, governmental and international standards
such as Section 508 and WCAG.
*Source:* The Paciello Group
*Category:* News <https://www.blindbargains.com/bargains.php?cat_id=33>
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darknexus <https://www.blindbargains.com/view.php?u=1419> Tuesday,
02-May-2017 07:25 AM ET:
Holy crap. Does anyone else realize that in any other industry, this
would be grounds for a Federal investigation? Is anyone else worried by
the worst screen reader maker acquiring the entire AT industry outside
of Apple and Google? I know I am, considering their track record of
On 5/3/2017 6:14 PM, Shaun Everiss wrote:
It sounds like thats where I will go to.
I hate to say this but it looks like vfo is not a company I want to
deal with if at all possible now if my workplace wants jaws I will use
it but even so.
On 3/05/2017 11:40 p.m., Josh Kennedy wrote:
When I called vfo in the past they seemed quite hostile to my
suggestion of making a free version of jaws. And also if you get a
braille display in the future, I would recommend getting an orbit
reader20 braille display plus book reader plus note taker all in one,
from american printing house. It will probably be released next month
in June. And a brand new orbit20 will only cost around or a bit less
than $500 and its liquid and dust resistant, rugged and durable, the
only one made to work in hostile environments. And it works good with