Inclusite Plans to Change the Internet Experience

Inclusite has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in order to introduce their groundbreaking 'Web Accessibility for All' software based service. The Inclusite team is crowdfunding to open up the online world to seniors and people with disabilities.

Inclusite, a cloud service designed to improve web accessibility and usability, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in order to introduce their inspired service to the world. This campaign has a funding goal of $150,000, which is being raised in order to bring Inclusite to market. Dr. Fernando Hernandez, the founder of Inclusite, states “There are over 190 million people in the World that cannot access the Web on their own. And if we add the people who have difficulties accessing the web like seniors, the number exceeds 1 billion people.” This fact inspired the team to do something about this and make a real difference in the lives of seniors and people with disabilities. With Inclusite, they can “surf the web anywhere in the World from any computer in any language, and in real time” without needing assistance from anyone.

The Inclusite software adapts a website to a specific need, with no charge to the user. For example, it can allow a person to browse the web by giving voice commands, fill in a web form by blowing or making sounds, zoom in to make the page bigger, or even transform the website into an audio version for anyone who is visually impaired or cannot read. The makers have thought of nearly every need a user could have, and adapted the software to find a solution. Users do not require any technical aids in order to use Inclusite, and they are not limited to a specific computer or smart device which means they can enjoy the internet from anywhere. A company or government agency simply allows the software to be added to their own website with no effect whatsoever to the content, and with zero security risk. This means that Inclusite not only opens the internet up to senior citizens and people with disabilities, but it brings companies a whole new group of potential customers, which makes it mutually beneficial.

"There are over 190 million people in the World that cannot access the Web on their own? That's why our team has developed a revolutionary way to help people with Disabilities and Seniors surf the web anywhere in the World from any computer in any language and in real time."

Dr. Fernando Hernandez, Founder of Inclusite

The Inclusite team has been working very diligently on their software, and they are finally ready to begin the process of bringing this groundbreaking service to the world which is why they have launched their crowdfunding campaign. As an added bonus with this campaign, the team is offering several perks. These perks, which serve as funding incentives, range in value from a “Huge Thank You & Follow Up” perk which enables a supporter to follow the campaign and receive all of the updates, to the opportunity for companies to pre-order membership with Inclusite. For supporters who do not own a website, but still want to help this very worthy cause, their donations go toward helping supplement and offsetting the cost of the service for any partner linked websites. As a thank you for their generous donation, they will receive various merchandise items such as a wristband, t-shirt, headset, keyboard etc. depending upon the amount of the contribution. Every $1 donated is enough to help 4 people, so every donation is valuable. The team plans to go live in September 2015, and will begin shipping perks to their campaign supporters in October 2015. Full details can be found on their Indiegogo campaign page.

About Inclusite:

Inclusite is a cloud service designed for improving web accessibility and usability, while providing independence to senior citizens and people with disabilities. It is the brainchild of a talented team of individuals with a unified mission to make the world a better place for people who need a little extra help. 

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