Coforge underpins a culture in which all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully and given equal access to opportunities and resources across the Group.
Aligned to this commitment, we have tried to design and build this site to make it accessible to people using screen readers and assistive technology devices according to the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Initiative Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 ‘AA’ priority.
If for any reason you are experiencing problems accessing this site, please get in touch.
Changing your computer settings
By changing your computer settings, you can customize the experience to suit your needs. For example, you can turn on the high contrast color scheme, or increase the font size. Likewise, there are several other changes that you can make to improve the way you see, hear, or use our website.
For more information on how to change accessibility settings on your computer, smartphone, or tablet, visit: My Computer My Way.
Change the contrast of your computer display:
On Windows 10 PC:
– To turn on the high contrast color scheme, press and hold left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen
– To turn off to the high contrast color scheme, press and hold left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen
– To turn on the high contrast colour scheme, press and hold Cmd + Option + Control + Comma (,)
– To turn off to the high contrast colour scheme, press and hold Cmd + Option + Control + Full-stop (.)
Change the website screen (magnify) size
On Windows 10 PC:
– To zoom in (increase the screen size), press and hold Ctrl while pressing + (plus)
– To zoom out (decrease the screen size), press and hold Ctrl while pressing – (minus)
– To reset the screen size back to normal, press Ctrl + 0 (zero)
– To zoom in (increase the screen size), press and hold Cmd while pressing + (plus)
– To zoom out (decrease the screen size) press and hold Cmd while pressing – (minus)
– To reset the screen size back to normal, press Cmd + 0 (zero)
In March 2022, during the development of the new platform, accessibility experts from Coforge’s Group IT function, reviewed the pre-production site against the French government’s General Accessibility Improvement Framework – RGAA Version 4.1 (and therefore WCAG 2.1).
Coforge.com is in partial compliance with the General Accessibility Improvement Framework (RGAA) version 4.1 (and therefore WCAG 2.1) due to the non-conformities and deviations listed below.
The compliance audit carried out by Coforge internal accessibility experts reveals that 80% of the RGAA version 4.1 criteria are met.
- 2 critical issues (7%)
- Passed audits 24 items (93%)
- Required manual audits (68 items)
Content not accessible
The contents listed below are not accessible for the following reasons.
- Missing an appropriate alt-text description for screen readers.
- At few places contrast needs to be reviewed to make it easier for users to see content including separating foreground from background.
- Captions are missing for some of media files with sound so that they are accessible to people who are deaf or hearing impaired.
- Some links are not explicit for screen readers, either the title of link or the label should it possible to understand its function and destination.
- In few cases the elements are not accessible by the keyboard.
- Document heading structure needs to be reviewed for all pages for missing headings. Headings and labels should be clear and follow a hierarchy.
- In some cases, increasing the size of the characters up to 200%, causes loss of information.
- Labels are missing for some of input elements, it helps users to find out the exact function of the form field with which it is associated.
- In some cases, reducing window size to 320 px results in loss of information
- Form field needs to be reviewed to ensure it meets the criteria to help users purpose, auto complete attributes etc.
- For a situation where user’s input is required—like a form— a clear label or instruction requiring an explanation of the information is missing.
- PDF documents are not accessible.
Exemptions for disproportionate burden
No exemptions identified.
Content not subject to the accessibility requirement
No exemptions identified.
Preparation of this accessibility statement
This statement was made on 06/01/2023
Technologies used for the creation of the website:
The tests of the web pages were performed with the following combinations of user agents and screen readers:
- Google Chrome
- Mobile Browsers
The following tools were used in the evaluation:
- Google Search Light
Pages of the site that have been the subject of the verification of conformity
Feedback and contact
If you are unable to access any content or service, you can contact the website manager to be directed to an accessible alternative or to obtain the content in another form.
Contact the communication department from the following address: contact us.