Accessibility statement

With its long-standing commitment to CSR, Wavestone has made it a key part of its corporate strategy.

Wavestone is committed to aligning its societal commitments and policy for people with disabilities with its digital strategy, and to making the digital accessibility of its website a major issue. We want our visitors – decision-makers, candidates, investors and employees – to enjoy the best possible digital experience.

To this end, Wavestone undertook a complete overhaul of its website, with one requirement in terms of accessibility: to certify the site with a compliance rate of over 80%, with no critical blocking points (compliance with a list of 30 RGAA criteria).

To achieve this, Wavestone took accessibility into account right from the start of the project:

  • A clearly defined compliance objective that is communicated internally, so that everyone involved in the project understands what is at stake.
  • A choice of digital design considering accessibility as an imperative, based on a new accessible brand graphic charter.
  • Specific developments to make content accessible to all, checked by an external auditor as the project progresses.
  • In the long term, Wavestone plans to guarantee a site that is accessible over time:
  • Raising awareness and training contributors
  • The pursuit of requirements and best practices in future developments, from the design of new services through to development,
  • Setting up means to assess quality and correct accessibility faults as they occur

Wavestone undertakes to make its website accessible in accordance with article 47 of law no. 2005-102 of February 11, 2005.

This accessibility statement applies to the website.


Compliance status: audit in progress

The RGAA4.1 compliance audit of the website is currently underway. Non-compliances, derogations and exemptions will be listed below as soon as the audit, scheduled for June, is completed.


Feedback and contact

Wavestone undertakes to take the necessary steps to provide access, within a reasonable time, to the information and functionalities sought by a person with disabilities in compliance with the right to compensation.

If you are unable to access a content or service, you can contact our disability referral service to be directed to an accessible alternative or obtain the content in another form.

If you encounter any difficulties, please send a message to or use the contact form.


Avenues of appeal

Use this procedure in the following cases.

You have notified the Disability Officer of an accessibility issue that is preventing you from accessing content or services, but have not received a satisfactory response.