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Deque to shift its CSUN 2020 presence to virtual

We’ve been debating internally for a few weeks now as myself and the collective Deque employee base has been closely monitoring COVID-19, but have decided it’s in the best interest of our employees’ collective health and safety to back-out of our CSUN Assistive Technology Conference sponsorship and attendance.

This means that Deque will not have a booth presence, will no longer be hosting our awareness (empathy) lab and hospitality event and most notably, have shifted our entire presentation lineup to a virtual lineup.

We’re still working on a solution to make our presentation materials available to those who have decided to physically attend the conference. The link referenced above will continue to be updated as details become available.

For those of you who were planning on networking or scheduling one-on-one demos, we’re making arrangements to facilitate those virtually, wherever possible.

Follow all of our #CSUNATC20 updates here.

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About Preety Kumar

Preety is the CEO of Deque Systems and co-founded Deque in 1999 with the vision of unifying Web access, both from the user and the technology perspective. Under Preety's leadership, Deque has grown to be a market leader in the field of information accessibility, serving corporate and government clients with the highest standards in information technology such as Veteran Affairs, Department of Education, Humana, Intuit, HSBC, Target, and others. She collaborated with the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and is a nominated member of the Accessibility Forum's Strategic Management Council: a GSA sponsored group with representatives from the IT industry, academia, Government Agencies, and disabled user groups that fosters information accessibility through mutual cooperation.
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