Microsoft CAO Highlights Be My Eyes in Senate Testimony on Accessibility Tools

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In a recent appearance before the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pension, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, chief accessibility officer at Microsoft, named Be My Eyes as a key piece of the tech giant’s approach to providing support for users with disabilities.

A Morey client and founding partner of InclusionHub, the Be My Eyes app connects blind and visually impaired consumers with sighted volunteers through one-way video conferencing, with the goal of empowering consumers to get assistance whenever they need it, on their own terms.

The app, which is free to the public, currently has more than 380,000 users and 5.6 million volunteers, and is available in over 150 countries and 180 languages around the world.

Learn more about the hearing, and how Microsoft is leveraging Be My Eyes, at InclusionHub.