One of the coolest things about Tenon’s “API First” approach is the ability to use and interact with the product within other systems. For instance, users can access 37 different types of reports from our Reports API to integrate our data into other systems.
Tenon was founded on a simple principle: to provide tools and services based on making websites honestly more accessible. We’re not here to help you tick the boxes. We’re not going to make exaggerated claims about what percentage of errors our API-centered testing tool can find or minimize how much work there still is to do on a website. We’re here to face the facts about meeting the real needs of people with disabilities.
Tenon’s SaaS side of the business is one of the fastest growing and most efficient companies.
Since 2014 we’ve been focused on helping businesses large and small to improve their Web Accessibility. We’re excited to share that out of 3,500 SaaS companies last year, we were in the Latka top 5% in terms of revenue growth rate. This is a clear sign that our product continues to be loved as we work to scale.
Over the holidays a couple of pieces of important Web Accessibility related news came out that you definitely want to be aware of.
Please join us on Wednesday, November 7, at 11am Eastern for the second in the new webinar series devoted to the technical challenges in making the web accessible, technica11y! Our presenter will be Gerard Cohen, Lead Accessibility Strategist for Wells Fargo Digital Solutions for Business and the topic will be custom selects.