Section 508 Compliance and Redgate SQL tools
At Redgate, we want to create tools that are accessible for people with disabilities. To help you make an informed choice about our tools, we are pleased to provide VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates) for them.
What is the VPAT?
The VPAT is a template for evaluating our software's compliance with 508 standards. It was initially developed by the Information Technology Industry Council.
They describe the purpose of the VPAT:
"...to assist Federal contracting officials and other buyers in making preliminary assessments regarding the availability of commercial 'Electronic and Information Technology' products and services with features that support accessibility."
For more information, see the ITIC.org VPAT web page.
Redgate provides a VPAT detailing the compliance of tools in our SQL Toolbelt. Note that it is correct at the time of writing, but is subject to change as we develop our tools.
For information and inquires about Redgate's 508 compliance, contact us at email@example.com
This document is not intended to be a certification of compliance. Neither this document nor any statement contained in this document shall be construed to create any obligation, express or implied, on the part of Redgate Software to modify or render any applicable electronic or information technology compliant with Section 508. The Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates provided in this document are provided for the sole purpose of assisting Federal contracting officials in their preliminary efforts to assess Section 508 compliance issues relative to the specified Redgate software products. Redgate Software makes no warranty that the software detailed in this document is fully Section 508 compliant and both the software at issue and the Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates are subject to change at any time without notice.
For more information about accessibility in Redgate tools, see the Accessibility page.