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NetCentric Technologies Inc.


Status: Full Member

Country: CA

Sector: Accessibility

Joined: Sep 2011

Website: http://www.net-centric.com/

Linked User
Ferass Elrayes
Description of the member

NetCentric Technologies is a leading provider of software products and professional services enabling government agencies and corporations to meet their obligations for electronic document accessibility, including compliance with Section 508 and other accessibility standards.

The company’s CommonLook® product family enables significant time and cost savings throughout the document production cycle from authoring to verification, correction and management of PDF documents and document collections.

NetCentric’s customers include many U.S. and Canadian government departments and leading corporations around the world. The company maintains offices in Washington, DC  and Ottawa, Ontario.

NetCentric is also a leading provider of secure document print technologies that provide overt and covert protection for both paper-based documents and cards against scanning, copying, and alteration.

Contact us at:

NetCentric Technologies US
1200 G. St. NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005
202-661-2180

Location
300 March Rd, Kanata, ON K2K 2E2, Kanada



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