Digital Banking

i2c Introduces Digital Banking To Aid Colorblind Individuals

Digital banking and payments firm i2c is introducing a banking website and mobile app designed to assist those with colorblindness, the company announced Monday (Dec. 23).

Whether a person is partially or totally colorblind, the company’s simple interface can help with the navigation of digital banking and payments.

“Little effort has been made in the industry to provide accessibility options for colorblind users that prefer to access their digital banking services online,” said Amir Wain, founder and CEO of i2c Inc. “i2c has invested time and resources into developing state-of-the-art color-enhanced digital banking solutions. This is not only a good thing for improving our platform, but it’s the right thing to do to help make life easier for consumers around the world.”

According to Right Diagnosis, roughly 1 in every 76 people in the U.S. — 1.3 percent of the population — have a form of colorblindness. Men are more likely than women to have the condition.

The i2c global software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution is a single platform that was developed to be customizable and dependable. It has more than 100,000 “building-block” capabilities that enable the quick creation of almost any kind of digital banking or payments resource. This flexibility gives i2c the ability to team up with clients on creative offerings while giving them the freedom and control to bring programs to market fast.



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