Many government, educational, and private-sector organizations have the objective of ensuring their publicly available information complies with accessibility standards.
In many cases, older documents may not be in demand and the cost involved in ensuring this content complies with Section 508 cannot always be easily justified.
Accessibility on Demand (AoD) allows organizations to demonstrate their commitment to meeting Section 508 requirements without a significant upfront investment in staff, tools, training, and associated infrastructure. Over time, resources are directed to the most heavily accessed (i.e. highest priority) documents.