AudioEye, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE) has 51 new banking customers this year, it announced on February 6, 2017 (http://nnw.fm/tyG8W), giving it a total of 175 additional banking clients over the past 12-month period.
AudioEye, Inc. develops accessibility compliance software that enables its clients to use advanced technology to achieve greater accessibility. The result is that engineers are able to add accessibility into their websites.
Dan Sullivan, vice president of sales, pointed out that adding 51 new banking clients in the first 47 days of 2017 is more than one new client per day in this sector. “Risk mitigation continues to be the dominant driver in the increase of service agreements, but when our potential new customers realize accessibility opens up access and usability to a new population of users to upwards of 10%-15% of the population, they find a true return on investment (ROI) in our service.”
AudioEye, Inc. also announced, on February 6, 2017, its goal for 2017 cash contract advanced bookings was $4 million-$6 million, indicating that its new business pipeline is in excess of $5.4 million. Earlier, AudioEye reported cash contract sales for 2016 at $1.93 million. It said it was targeting governmental agencies, schools, banks, retail and human resources as markets that require accessible technologies.
AudioEye, Inc. has also been named vendor to Seattle Public Schools District 1 (http://nnw.fm/ba1RD) to ensure the web content, websites and pages are compliant and available. The vote to name AudioEye, Inc. was unanimous, the company announced on January 24, 2017. AudioEye, Inc. makes software designed to enable all entities, from corporations to governmental agencies, to make technology more easily consumable.
Seattle Public Schools (SPS) stated that the decision to choose AudioEye was made after an extensive vendor evaluation process to find a company that could solve a difficult problem economically.
In the news release, Sean Bradley, president and CTO of AudioEye, said, “With approximately 98 school locations, 8,000 staff and 54,000 students within the limits of Seattle, SPS is prioritizing digital inclusion as they seek to ensure an accessible user experience for all their constituents, regardless of individual ability.” The solution was located in AudioEye’s digital platform and managed services.
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