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Demystifying digital accessibility programs in financial services: A story about Capital One

  • Accessibility is a moral no-brainer, but it can be difficult to carve out a strategy for financial services that have significant digital footprints.
  • Capital One's story offers a possible roadmap. Here is how the financial institution built one of the best accessibility programs in the industry.
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