Eleven Ways is a consulting firm that provides digital accessibility services to government organizations, product teams and digital agencies.
We have been a loyal partner of governments and web agencies in Belgium and the Netherlands for years.
Eleven Ways offers its services, among others, through the providers of FPS BOSA, Smals vzw and Poolstok. Therefore, you (as a member public body) should not issue a public tender to commission a WCAG audit or any other service.
Eleven Ways is also a founding partner of the DiAX consortium, a collective of Belgian experts in digital accessibility.
Eleven Ways is also certified web provider by Anysurfer , which again speaks to our accessibility skills.
A multinational team of experts
The internal team is made up of 10 people: 4 men and 6 women. Roel, Jelle, Sophie, Régine, Christophe, Méryem, Rianne, Jan, Nora and Federica; we are all passionate about accessibility!
Roel, Christophe and Régine have been in the accessibility business for over 20 years.
Several experts are certified by the IAAP (International Association of Accessibility Professsionals), either the WAS certification (Web Accessibility Specialist) or CPACC certification (Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies).
Together, we already cover 6 working languages: French and Dutch, of course, but also German, English, Italian, Portuguese and, icing on the cake, Korean!
Several employees are themselves affected by disability.
The company's headquarters are in Ghent. But Eleven Ways has adopted a 100% telecommuting policy, which allows it to offer its services from Flanders, Brussels, Wallonia, Germany and even Korea!
- Registered office: Onderstraat 7-210, 9000 Ghent
- RSZ: 1999316-46
- VAT: BE0807566570
- Bank account:
- IBAN: BE44 0682 5060 1345
- BIC: GKCCBEBB (Belfius Bank NV/SA)
We must legally comply with WCAG. What is the scope of the project?
We want to train our teams in accessibility. Who should be trained?
We need external expertise. A temporary reinforcement, is it possible?
We want to test our application with users with disabilities. How to organize it?