The mission of Access Ready Strategic is to provide access to the best adaptive and accessible information technology to the marketplace generating profits in support of education and advocacy across the field of information technology.
The purpose of Access Ready Strategic is to provide a service through which education and advocacy-based business and employment opportunities are fostered which provide access to information technologies that solve accessibility issues. A service that generates revenue in support of education and advocacy which promotes adaptive and accessible information technology across the business, government and nonprofit sectors. A service that provides a path to recognize accessible information technology needs and can foster solutions, taking them from concept to the marketplace. A service that offers campaign marketing, purpose driven consulting, story-based information and technical learning through its core elements.
Access Ready Strategic
Social Purpose Corporation
Access Ready Strategic is a for-profit social purpose corporation organized under the laws of the state of Florida. As such the business purpose and public benefit(s) for which the Corporation is organized are:
(A) To develop financial resources able to fund its specific social purpose strategies.
(B) Providing low-income or under-served individuals with disabilities or communities with beneficial products or services through the development and promotion of information technology that meets accessibility standards allowing the use of such technologies by people with the widest range of disabilities possible.
(C) Promoting economic opportunity for individuals with disabilities or communities beyond the creation of jobs in the normal course of business by contracting for services to be performed by a nonprofit organization that creates
employment and business opportunities for people with the widest range of disabilities possible.
(D) Protecting or restoring the environment by expanding the reach of information technology through accessibility thereby allowing people with disabilities to take advantage of home-based employment and business opportunities providing the resulting effect of lowering the individuals carbon footprint.
(E) Improving human health by expanding the accessibility of information technologies utilized in the healthcare industry thereby providing people with the widest range of disabilities access to healthcare services at the same level as the general population.
(F) Promoting the accessibility of the arts, sciences, business, government, nonprofit, and/or the advancement of knowledge by promoting a policy of accessible information technology across these and other disciplines in order to provide people with the widest range of disabilities possible access to goods, services, employment, civic, social and economic engagement at the same level as the general population.
(G) Increasing the flow of capital to entities that have as their stated purpose the provision of a benefit to society or the environment by funding educational and advocacy activities which promote a policy supporting accessible information technology benefiting people with the widest range of disabilities possible.
(H) Funding programs that identify issues, provide education about those issues and identify best practices and goods or services designed to provide accessibility to people with the widest range of disabilities possible.