T-base buys CNIB tech

OTTAWA – Accessibility software maker T-Base Communications acquires “alternative format” billing technology owned by CNIB, Canada’s largest charity for the visually impaired. T-Base, which provides solutions to improve website accessibility, braille, large print, e-text and audio, says it will use the organization’s Autobill technology to continue delivering “non-visual” statements from financial institutions, telecom service providers and government organizations to CNIB’s visually impaired customers.

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