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My motivation for the first ADA Calculator was simple. I simply knew there had to be a solution to repeatedly answering the question, “What do I need to do to meet the ADA’s Assistive Listening requirements?”
Every day I was grabbing the 2010 chart and a calculator and running through the math for someone.  It got to be a redundant task pretty quick.  I knew there had to be a better way; I just had to define it.
I originally created a short spreadsheet that covered up to five hundred seats.  When a call came in exceeding the chart, I would take a few minutes and extend it out a little farther.  Then it struck me.  What if I took it out to 100,000 seats, and gave it pop-up window functionality?
I enlisted Deb Weeks, Regional Sales Support, and Tim Schaeffer, VP of Strategic Business Development and we worked as a team to make it a reality.  Now I answer the telephone and we get right into the legislation and the solutions.  We don’t waste the time on the mathematics.  That’s the way it should be.
The calculator allows you to enter the number of seats in a venue to calculate the minimum number of assistive listening devices and neck loops needed to meet new 2010 ADA requirements.
Click here to use the new Accessibility Calculator.
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