TPG Acquires Accessibility Consultancy Interactive Accessibility

Posted on Wednesday, 20 June 2018 by TPG team

We are pleased to announce our strategic acquisition of Interactive Accessibility (IA), an internationally recognized consulting firm specializing in digital accessibility. As a combined force, our two organizations will revolutionize the accessibility of the digital realm for users with disabilities.

“Interactive Accessibility expands the capabilities and expertise of TPG. With our combined strength our enterprise clients benefit from unsurpassed accessibility services and solutions. This is in perfect alignment with our strategy of providing superior accessibility consulting, technology solutions, and services,” said Matt Ater, General Manager of TPG.

“The accessibility market is growing rapidly, with more organizations focusing on the need to support their customers and employees with disabilities,” explains Kathleen Wahlbin, CEO and founder of Interactive Accessibility. “This merger offers an exciting opportunity to strengthen and expand our service offerings for our clients and further advances our position as the leader in providing accessibility solutions. As organizations focus on integrating accessibility, we will be best positioned to support them on that journey.”

About Interactive Accessibility
Interactive Accessibility is a consulting organization specializing in accessible websites, web applications, documents, and mobile applications. Since 2001 they have worked with many leading corporations, trade associations, non-profits, foundations, educational institutions and government entities to produce individual solutions in the evolving field of information technology accessibility.

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About TPG team

TPG partners with organizations around the world, to provide them with both strategic and targeted expertise that enables them to realise their accessibility goals. With our partners we believe we can create a positive impact on global accessibility.


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