A test of the FTSE Mid-250 websites has revealed that the majority of the general insurance sector has failed to deliver the Government's minimum legal accessibility standards.
In the first ever automated-accessibility and performance tests of websites belonging to companies in the FTSE Mid-250, 63% of businesses in the non-life insurance division fell well short of complying with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). According to Front of Mind, the internet consultancy that carried out th
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