eSSENTIAL Accessibility Names Ian Lowe as Chief Marketing Officer

Adding Two Decades of Technology Marketing Leadership to the Company

Ian Lowe

eSSENTIAL Accessibility, the pioneering Accessibility-as-a-Service digital accessibility solution, today announced that Ian Lowe has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer. Ian brings 20 years of technology marketing experience to eSSENTIAL Accessibility, where he will be responsible for the company's marketing strategy and execution. He will report to president and co-founder Mark Steele and will join the senior leadership team in its mission to increase digital accessibility on the web.

"Organizations and businesses worldwide are experiencing a soaring demand to provide fully accessible and compliant digital experiences, and eA is committed to expanding our software platform and services to meet this demand," said Mark. "As an authority on platforms that deliver outstanding digital experiences, Ian is a crucial addition to our leadership team, and we are thrilled to welcome him to eA." 

In addition to his two decades of technology and marketing background, Ian has been focused on the digital experience space for the last 10 years. He was most recently Vice President, Marketing at Crownpeak, and before that Senior Director at Sitecore, both leading players in the DXP market. 

"I'm extremely excited to join the eSSENTIAL Accessibility team," stated Lowe. "With a differentiated technological and strategic advantage in the market, eA is very well-positioned for excellent growth, and I'm eager to do my part to take eA to the next level."

About eSSENTIAL Accessibility

eSSENTIAL Accessibility is the smarter way to digital accessibility compliance. As the leading Accessibility-as-a-Service platform, we power brands to empower people by helping them deliver inclusive web, mobile, and product experiences that comply with global regulations and ensure that people of all abilities have equal access. 

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Source: eSSENTIAL Accessibility