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AudioEye Partners With Finalsite To Address School Website Accessibility
Posted May 10, 2017
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TUCSON, Ariz., May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — AudioEye, Inc. (AEYE) (“AudioEye” or the “Company”) today announced a new working agreement with Finalsite, the leader in K12 independent and international school web development and hosting that serves more than 2,000 schools worldwide.
Finalsite CEO Jon Moser stated, “Schools increasingly rely on digital content to not only communicate important information, but also to manage enrollment and provide additional educational resources to their constituents. It is now more important than ever before that students, teachers and parents all have full access to the educational and informational digital content a school district provides on their website. Our partnership with AudioEye will make this a reality for thousands of individuals using our sites for web communications and online learning.”
The Finalsite agreement represents another major step in AudioEye’s education market initiatives. After winning the bid for the Seattle Public School District to provide web accessibility to all 99 of the schools in their district, AudioEye has expanded its reach into the education space with numerous contracts with school districts, universities, community colleges and vocational schools across the country.
“Leveling the accessibility playing field for schools utilizing digital content is an important part of providing educational services today,” said AudioEye CEO Todd Bankofier. “The education market’s reliance on electronic communications, mobile content and digital learning tools only continue to increase. We can’t limit access to the Internet for students, teachers, and parents with disabilities, then expect great outcomes in our schools. This partnership with Finalsite is a very meaningful endeavor toward advancing accessibility for schools around the world.”
About AudioEye, Inc.
AudioEye’s software enables every enterprise, from corporations to government agencies, to make their content more consumable through technology.
More accessible. More usable. More people.
AudioEye’s common stock trades on the OTCQB under the symbol “AEYE.” The Company maintains offices in Tucson and Atlanta.
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