Mitsue-Links Offers Japanese Localized Version of WorldSpace Comply

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We're excited to announce that WorldSpace Comply - our automated testing tool that performs enterprise-level accessibility audits - is now available to the Japanese market! This Japanese localized version of WorldSpace Comply is available thanks to collaborative efforts with our partner company in Japan, Mitsue-Links Corporation ("Mitsue-Links").

WorldSpace, the former version of WorldSpace Comply, had provided the first truly fully automated accessibility evaluations and repair management for any organization. No matter how large the website, WorldSpace could follow links, and collect web pages to evaluate for accessibility error. The web based, cross-platform user interface was intuitive -  meaning anyone who needed to create accessible websites and web applications could use it.

WorldSpace Comply, the upgraded version of WorldSpace and now a part of WorldSpace Suite, has been released with new features and improvements, including:

- Improved navigation designed to make WorldSpace Comply easier to use
- An improved scan engine to better handle evolving web technologies
- Accessibility rule upgrades for improved accuracy
- Secure REST APIs allow integration with external systems
- Improved integrations with popular issue tracking software (JIRA and HP/Quality Center)

WorldSpace Comply fully supports WCAG 2.0, which is globally recognized as a standard of web content accessibility guidelines. This year in Japan, JIS Web Content Accessibility Guideline was updated so that the guideline became identical with WCAG 2.0. That means Japanese localized version of WorldSpace Comply is usable for JIS X 8341-3:2016 conformance evaluation. WorldSpace Comply's flexible feature settings enable use of the tool to make web content compliant with various accessibility guidelines, too.

Details of the WorldSpace Comply Japanese localized version:
http://www.mitsue.co.jp/english/service/accessibility/worldspace.html

About Deque Systems

Deque Systems, founded in 1999, is a leading provider of digital accessibility software and services. Our product family includes the uniquely robust suite of WorldSpace accessibility testing tools, Amaze, and aXe: our open source accessibility rules library. Deque's expert team consists of mission-driven thought leaders and innovators in accessibility and software development who work alongside our clients to help make meaningful progress towards digital equality. Deque was awarded the Computerworld 21st Century Achievement Award for Innovation for the Amaze technology, and the company is frequently recognized in the Inc. 5000 List of America's Fastest Growing Companies. Learn more at www.deque.com.

For more information, please contact: Caitlin Cashin, Marketing and Media Relations at caitlin.cashin@deque.com; 703.225.0380

About Mitsue-Links

Mitsue-Links is one of Japan's top information integrators, providing unique services centered on digital content and boasting countless achievements in support of IT business since the company's founding in 1990, which some say was the dawn of the IT field. Mitsue-Links offers comprehensive services for all enterprise requirements including consulting, marketing, analysis, planning, layout/structuring, design, production, large-scale application development, planning/development of client communications, and site operation/maintenance. Mitsue-Links provides these services based on its unique and creative methodology, thereby enabling project management, project risk management, and usability management that organically integrate all services and maintain their consistency. Please visit http://www.mitsue.co.jp/ for more information.

To learn more, please contact:

Takashi Kuse
Public Relations
Mitsue-Links Co.,Ltd.
Sumitomo Fudosan Shinjuku Grand Tower 33F
8-17-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku,
Tokyo, 160-6133 JAPAN
Tel: +81 3 5937 2891
Fax: +81 3 5937 9039
e-mail: release@mitsue.co.jp

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