Thomson Reuters recognizes the need to develop digital products and services that are useable and accessible by all people. The reasons for this are many, such as leading the way to greater access to justice for all by ensuring access to high quality legal, tax and news materials to individuals, including those with disabilities.
Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and we understand that our products, and many of our interactions with our customers take place online. To make those experiences work for everyone we endeavor to create, procure, and design products, services, and websites with accessibility in mind. To the maximum extent practicable, Thomson Reuters strives to:
Create, procure, and update, products, services and websites in compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA (or best practice at the time) and to build in accessibility by design.
Provide information to customers as we are able, about our level of compliance.
Respond to inquiries and complaints regarding difficulty accessing a Thomson Reuters product, service, or website due to accessibility issues with due speed.
To facilitate this work, we have a dedicated team of accessibility specialists who consult on and test our products. This team is available to assist with questions related to the accessibility of Thomson Reuters products. If you have questions, concerns or comments related to digital accessibility please contact email@example.com.