Hewlett Packard Enterprise Accessibility partners

The Hewlett Packard Enterprise accessibility program partners with key organizations that have demonstrated a strong commitment to people with disabilities or age-related limitations. These organizations have shown that they are dedicated to breaking down the barriers to information and technology.

Microsoft Accessibility — Technology for Everyone

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has collaborated with Microsoft on many accessibility projects. The nationwide network of Microsoft Accessibility Resource Centers (MARC) is one of the latest developments. These centers provide accessibility consultation to businesses, schools, and individuals looking for empowering technology solutions. Hewlett Packard Enterprise supports the centers running Windows Vista, the next generation Windows operating system from Microsoft.

MARC will continue to focus on training and providing consultation for existing AT products while ramping up for the wave of new technology with the introduction of Windows Vista.


Hewlett Packard Enterprise Assistive Technology Vendor Program (HPATV)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise joins with assistive technology vendors, assisting them with development of their solutions on Hewlett Packard Enterprise technology. The following links provide information about some members of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Assistive Technology Vendor Program.1

National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM)



How to become a member

The first step to becoming a part of Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Assistive Technology Vendor (HPATV) program is to join the HP AllianceONE partner program. Learn more about the Hewlett Packard Enterprise AllianceONE Partner Program, and decide if the benefits of that program align with the needs of your company. When a company joins AllianceONE and chooses "Assistive Technology" as an application type in the company profile, it can become a member of HPATV.

Contact us regarding Hewlett Packard Enterprise Assistive Technology Vendor program

Select "Hewlett Packard Enterprise AllianceONE/HPATV" as the subject on the "Questions regarding accessibility and people with disabilities or age-related limitations" form.


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Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a Platnum sponsor of the National Veterans Wheelchair Games

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