Accessibility Updates
SAP Concur Client Release Notes

2022

Q2
WCAG # Description
Concur Expense

WCAG 1.3.1

The labels for buttons in the editable fields on the New Expense page are now properly defined.

WCAG 1.3.1

Labels for checkboxes on the Add Attendees page are now properly read by screenreaders.

WCAG 4.1.2

The progress information when loading the Expense Details page is now only announced once by screen readers.

WCAG 1.3.1

Headings on the New Expense page are now read by screen readers when the H key is pressed.

WCAG 1.3.2

Proper role, label, and state are now read by screen readers for expand/collapse items in the expense list.

WCAG 1.3.1

When the calendar is open and up and down arrow keys are pressed, the date is now correctly read by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.2

on the Allocate page, extra header information is no longer read out by screen readers for the Add button.

Concur Travel

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Upcoming Trips section of Concur Travel, the Currency and Time period menu buttons now have descriptive labels.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Add Manual Itinerary section, time menus now have accessible labels and are associated with Pick up and Drop off labels.

WCAG 1.4.3

In the upcoming trips section, error message texts now meet the color contrast ratio of 4.5.1.

WCAG 2.4.1

The Upcoming Trips section now has a main landmark region in the Add New Reservation window.

WCAG 2.4.1

The Add New Reservation page in the Upcoming Trips section now has the proper heading hierarchy.

WCAG 2.4.3

In the Upcoming Trips section, the keyboard focus in the Add Flight section has been improved, specifically after activating the Add Flight button.

WCAG 3.3.2

An appropriate label for currency type has been added to the Add New Reservation page in the Upcoming Trips section.

WCAG 4.1.2

When adding a new trip in the Upcoming Trips section, screen readers now correctly announces the menu state of either expanded or collapsed.

WCAG 1.3.1

Within the Flight and Car Search field, screen readers now correctly announce the arrival airport and pickup location.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section, the Assistant field now has the correct label.

WCAG 1.3.1

Within System Settings, the quick help button is now labeled correctly.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Credit Cards section, the Edit and Delete buttons in the credit card table now have descriptive labels.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Travel Preferences section, heading levels are no longer randomly skipped.

WCAG 2.4.1

In the Add Credit Cards section, Billing Address now has appropriate the heading tags for screen readers.

WCAG 2.4.1

New windows in the Credit Cards section now have main landmarks.

WCAG 2.4.3

Screen readers now properly announce content after deleting emails.

WCAG 2.4.6

The quick help button next to Air Travel Preferences now has a descriptive label.

WCAG 3.3.2

In the Add Credit Cards section, the Expiration Date field label is now labeled correctly.

WCAG 3.3.2

In the Travel Preferences section in Profile Settings -Personal Information, the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section now has the proper headers for the tables.

WCAG 3.3.2

Appropriate captions have been added to the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section.

WCAG 3.3.2

Required fields in the Home Address section are now correctly indicated on the screen.

WCAG 3.3.2

Appropriate captions have been added to the Credit Cards section.

WCAG 4.1.2

In the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section, the Tooltip info is now correctly announced by Jaws and Chromevox.

WCAG 4.1.2

In the Email Address section, the expanded and collapsed states of expandable buttons are now correctly announced by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.3

After changing a credit card, an alert is shown in the credit card table indicating that changes have been saved.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section, a checkbox is now included in the tab order.

WCAG 4.1.3

After saving a new assistant in the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section, a confirmation message is now presented.

WCAG 4.1.3

After deleting a new assistant in the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section, a confirmation message is now presented.

WCAG 1.3.1

Added proper labels to the Edit and Delete buttons in the Assistants and Travel Arrangers section.

WCAG 1.3.1

Added a descriptive label for Delete buttons in the Email Address section on the My Profile - Personal Information page.

WCAG 1.3.1

Added correct captions for tables in the Travel Preferences section of the My Profile - Personal Information page.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Travel Preferences section of the My Profile - Personal Information page, headings now have proper heading tags.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Verify Email section, the labels for the Resend and Cancel buttons are now descriptive.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Travel Preferences section of the My Profile - Personal Information page, correct labels have been added to the Close buttons.

WCAG 2.1.1

In the Passports and Visas section, after clicking the Add a Passport button, the keyboard focus now works correctly.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the My Travel Network section, the label for the Unenroll button is now descriptive.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the TSA Secure Flights section, screen readers now properly announce that the link opens in a new tab.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the TSA Secure Flights section, a visual indicator is now provided for the link that opens in new tab.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the TSA Secure Flights section, the link is now underlined correctly.

WCAG 1.4.3

On the SAP Concur Mobile App page, heading text now meets the required color contrast ratio of 4.5:1

WCAG 1.3.1

Headings in Main Cabin Dialogue are no longer skipped.

WCAG 3.3.2

On the Review & Reserve page, the interactive element tab order for Add ticket credit has been corrected, a description for the Edit button in Primary Traveler was added, and a description was added for the Edit button in the Add Credit Card section.

WCAG 3.3.2

Required fields on the Review and Reserve page are appropriately tagged to be announced by a screen reader when gaining focus.

WCAG 2.4.1

The Concur Travel detail page now has a main landmark.

WCAG 2.4.1

The header line on the Finished! workflow page now has an <h1> heading level.

WCAG 2.4.1

For the Main Cabin details of Flight Search Results, the heading level in the Main Cabin dialog is no longer skipped.

WCAG 2.4.6

Descriptive button labels were added for Amtrak Train search results; the Hide details and Train details button labels are now associated with Depart and Return.

WCAG 2.4.6

the Select button for the flight search results page now has a descriptive label for the dual fare display.

WCAG 2.1.1

After clicking the Skip side bar link for the flight search results page, screen readers no longer announce the entire contents of the page.

WCAG 2.1.1

Screen readers now correctly announce the flight search results currency selector when the table is updated.

WCAG 2.4.6

On the hotel search results page, the property name header is now correctly associated with the heading level necessary for screen readers.

WCAG 2.1.1

The car search feature of airport no longer moves focus to disabled text fields when tabbing via the keyboard.

WCAG 2.1.1

The title Searching for location text when triggering an off-airport search for cars and entering the search criteria for the location, is now an h2 heading.

WCAG 2.4.1

The car search results matrix now has correct heading tags. On all vertical result pages, the text "Trip Summary" is now an h2 heading.

WCAG 2.4.3

In the Car Results section, keyboard focus no longer jumps after activating the Total cost button

WCAG 2.4.6

The Ground Search label is now correctly associated with the text field.

WCAG 2.4.6

The Ground Search section now has correct labels for quick help button.

WCAG 2.4.6

Screen readers now correctly announce button labels in the Car Checkout section.

WCAG 2.4.6

Added a descriptive label for the rate button in the Ground Search results section.

WCAG 2.4.6

Added a descriptive label for the Edit button in the Ground Checkout section.

WCAG 3.3.2

Added a descriptive label to the Select button in the Car Search Results section.

WCAG 1.3.1

In the Flight Search section, the menu buttons are now correctly grouped under Depart and Return.

WCAG 1.4.3

Flight search results texts now meet required color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.

WCAG 1.4.3

On the Air/Rail search results page, in the Shop by schedule section, the search results text now meets required color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.

WCAG 2.4.3

For multi-segment flight searches, the keyboard focus is no longer lost after clicking Remove Segment.

WCAG 2.4.3

For multi-segment flight searches, keyboard focus is no longer lost after clicking Add Segment.

WCAG 2.4.6

From the Select Flights page, on the Shop by Schedule tab, the screen reader now reads full flight details when navigating to "Select" button & From the Select Flights page on the Shop by Fare tab, the screen reader now reads full flight details when navigating to "View fares" button.

WCAG 3.3.4

On the Mixed flight/train search tab, the date format is now provided for both the Depart and Return fields.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the Review and Reserve page, the expanded and collapsed states of the Flight details/hide details button are now announced by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the trip type tabs in flight search, the screen reader now correctly announces the expanded and collapsed states of the menu.

WCAG 4.1.2

In the Upcoming Trips section, the expanded and collapsed states of the tab are now correctly announced by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.2

In the Upcoming Trips section, the current sorted state of the table is now correctly announced by the screen reader.

WCAG 4.1.3

In the Upcoming Trips section, a success message is presented after hiding and deleting the trip.

Concur Shared UI

WCAG 2.4.7

List components and fields now receive appropriate focus. Expansion of some fields via the keyboard now works correctly.

WCAG 1.3.1

Quantity in the Input Group field is now read out correctly.

WCAG 2.4.7

Within the SelectDialogField: resolved focus missing issue from Vendors table; resolved the issue where "Selected" state was read-out twice within SingleSelect/MultiSelect tables. Added alternative text that was missing from images.

WCAG 3.3.1

The warning message is now read-out correctly. Additional information text is now read-out. A label was being read twice in VPC mode.

WCAG 1.3.1

The naming scheme for list components and the accessibility of single and multi-select list boxes has been improved.

WCAG 2.4.7

For dropdown menus, an issue where visible focus was previously missing from list items in 100%, 200% and 320 CSS pixels view has been resolved. Empty dropdown menus are now read out correctly.

WCAG 2.4.7

Resolved an issue where visible focus was missing from list items in 100% view.

WCAG 1.3.1

The selected state of tab groups and buttons are now correctly indicated.

WCAG 1.4.4

Resolved an issue where buttons were truncated and causing visibility of the horizontal scroll bar when the screen was resized to 320 CSS pixels or to 200%. Resolved an issue where menu information was announced twice.

WCAG 1.3.1

Breadcrumbs are now navigable using the arrow keys on a keyboard.

WCAG 1.3.1

Resolve the issue where step text was not announced in PC mode.

WCAG 1.3.1

Labels are no longer read-out twice in VPC and PC modes.

WCAG 1.3.1

Quantity is now properly announced.

WCAG 1.4.3

Replaced all hard-coded colors with variables that are theme aware.

WCAG 1.4.3

Resolved an issue where labels were not being read-out. Placeholder text now meets the minimum color contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1 in the SAP Fiori High Contrast White and High Contrast Black themes.

TripIt (Android)

WCAG 2.1.1

Improved keyboard navigation in the Pro and Push Notifications sections of the mobile app.

WCAG 4.1.2

Improved TalkBack capability in the Carbon Footprint section.

WCAG 4.1.2

TalkBack is now able to read the headings of the trips and plans sections.

WCAG 4.1.2

Improved TalkBack of the Settings section, editing plans/trips, Profile, Point Tracker, Go Now, and the start and end times of plans throughout the mobile app.

WCAG 4.1.2

Plan icon buttons are now announced via TalkBack.

WCAG 4.1.2

When plan sharing updates are made, TalkBack is now able to announce the updated actions.

WCAG 4.1.2

Tabs such as upcoming/past trips, travel stats, year, and categories are now read out properly via TalkBack.

WCAG 4.1.2

Updated button label and focus to fit on the UI for International Travel Tools when TalkBack is on.

TripIt (iOS)

WCAG 4.1.2

Improved voice over capability when sharing trip plan details.

WCAG 1.4.3

Improved contrast ratios of trip summary and plan detail icons and headers.

WCAG 4.1.2

VoiceOver users are now able to select seats in Seat Tracker.  Also other Seat Tracker information is read out properly.

WCAG 3.2.2

Improved keyboard focus (and clearly show context) when accessing Terminal & Gate Reminders, Go Now, and Account info.  

WCAG 4.1.2

Updated button focus for Interactive Airport Maps and Seat Tracker (with VoiceOver on). 

WCAG 4.1.2

Improved reading order of Navigator, Alternate Flights, and Seat Tracker

WCAG 2.1.1

Account sign in, creation, and password reset buttons are now accessible when tabbing through using a keyboard. 

WCAG 4.1.2

Improved voice over capability when accessing Date Picker and input fields such as Departure Date, Airline, and Flight Number

WCAG 3.2.2

Resolved context change issue when working with Nearby Places, or adding/deleting a passenger on a Flight plan

WCAG 3.2.3

Improved the alerts and updates section to indicate which alert/update is tappable via VoiceOver. 

WCAG 4.1.2

Account information and TripIt Privacy Policy navigation buttons are now read out accurately. 

WCAG 2.4.6

Added clear labels to the buttons in the Nearby Places section. 

WCAG 4.1.2

Fixed the trip calendar controls when VoiceOver is on so that users can now pick dates (via the date picker) for their trips. 

WCAG 4.1.2

Improved VoiceOver capability when sharing plans to prevent clipping of screen reader speech. 

WCAG 4.1.2

Required information is now properly read out via VoiceOver when adding a fllight plan. 

WCAG 2.4.7

Updated functionality to allow keyboard users to easily scroll through the TripIt privacy policy. 

TripIt (Webapp 2.0)

WCAG 1.3.1

Improved grouping of radio buttons so that screen readers could select appropriate cities or image types for certain trips.   

WCAG 1.3.1

Clarified announcements for the list of options for sharing trips via screen reader.   

WCAG 1.4.1

Improved contrast ratio when selecting images for trips, printing trips, and selecting email subscriptions.   

WCAG 3.3.2

Instructions were made more clear via screen readers on required fields, formats, plan, personal information, and on errors when adding/editing trip.   

WCAG 1.3.1

Improved the way headings were structured so that users could navigate via screen reader through the headings appropriately. Fixes were made when printing trips, editing personal information, and viewing profile/account settings/email subscriptions.   

WCAG 1.3.1

Ensured that heading level via screen reader matched the headings' visual importance. Fixes were made when viewing flight information, updating photos, sharing trips or viewing account settings.   

WCAG 4.1.2

Ensured that the Account Settings section was structured appropriately so that screen readers would function as expected in the section.  

WCAG 2.1.1

When a screen reader is active, ensured the proper functionality of keyboard access when editing personal information or adding/updating trip images. 

WCAG 1.1.1, 4.1.2

Corrected control names/titles in the lodging name and address sections so that screen readers would announce those controls correctly. 

WCAG 4.1.3

If errors are made when entering personal information, those error status messages are now fixed so that screen readers will announce them correctly.   

WCAG 2.4.7

Ensured that keyboard focus is visible on the screen for keyboard-only users. This applies to the majority of the screens such as signing up, signing in, viewing trips, adding trips, and sharing plans.   

WCAG 1.1.1

In the trip print section, provided informative image text for screen readers.   

Q1
WCAG # Description
Concur Expense

WCAG 4.1.2

When navigating the Allocate page, a screen reader sometimes conveyed extraneous information. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 4.1.2

Column headers now indicate when the header can be used to sort column data.

WCAG 4.1.2

Some items on the Expense page were not properly associated with items in a list. This issue has been resolved

WCAG 4.1.3

When receipts are added or removed from an expense report, confirmation messages are now conveyed by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.2, 2.4.3

On the cash advance workflow page, when tabbing in reverse, unnecessary tab stops caused focus to be lost. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the cash advance workflow page, table headers, column count, row count, and the ability to select multiple items are now conveyed by screen readers.

WCAG 2.1.2

On the cash advance workflow page, keyboard navigation is now more consistent.

WCAG 1.3.1

On the cash advance workflow page, heading levels were implemented incorrectly. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 2.1.1

When creating a cash advance, menu list items are now accesible via the keyboard.

ACC-264.1

The message "You must attach a receipt image to this expense." is now conveyed by screen readers when the corresponding alert is reviewed.

ACC-256.1

When allocating an expense, the information conveyed through color (green and red) for the ‘Remaining’ and ‘Over’ status icons is now available in the form of alternate (accessible) text.

Concur Travel

WCAG 1.4.3

On the Travel Home > Car Search Results page, the call to action button now meets the required color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.

WCAG 2.4.6

A heading on the Travel Home > Car Search > Off Airport Location page was missing an H2 tag. This issue has been resolved.

Concur Request

WCAG 4.1.2

When list items within a group are accessed for the first time, group labels provided for list items such as Travel Expenses are now conveyed by screen readers.

WCAG 1.1.1, 3.1.2

The close button (X) on the Create New Request page now has an associated text alternative.

WCAG 4.1.2, 1.3.3, 1.4.1

On the Manage Requests page, alternative text has been added for the error, warning, information, and success icons.

WCAG 1.3.1

The heading levels assigned to headings on the Manage Requests page have been updated to ensure they match the visual appearance on the page.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the Manage Expenses > Expected Expenses page, information about empty fields is now conveyed by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the Manage Expenses > Expected Expenses page, group labels have been added to the Add, Edit, Allocate, and Delete buttons.

WCAG 4.1.2

After creating a new request, a message is now conveyed to the user indicating that the request was successfully created.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the New Expense page, when the user clicks the Reverse to change how the value in the Conversion Rate field is calculated, the value change is now conveyed to the user.

WCAG 2.1.1

On the Expected Expenses page, users can now use the Tab key to access the Search for an expense type field in the Add menu.

WCAG 2.1.2

In the Add New Expected Expense menu, the keyboard can now be used to expand and collapse list item categories such as Travel Expense.

WCAG 2.4.3

On the New Expense page, the Conversion Rate field now precedes Reverse in the tab order so that theinitial conversion rate is conveyed before tabbing to the Reverse button.

WCAG 3.2.2

On the Create New Request page, after selecting a policy from the Request Policy list, field focus remains on the Request Policy field. Previously, after selecting a policy, page focus moved to the close (X) button.

SAP Concur mobile app

WCAG 4.1.2

Complete information within the expense report lists, including dates, is now announced.

WCAG 4.1.2

When viewing an expense report that has exceptions, the alert "Has exceptions" is announced once. Previously the alert was announced multiple times.

WCAG 4.1.2

Component types are now being read by screen readers, making it easier for users to understand the interactions available to them.

WCAG 4.1.2

On the Expense Types page, the Business Meals (Attendees) expense type is now read in full. Previously an abbreviation of this expense type was read.

WCAG 4.1.2

Mandatory form fields now read as "required". Previously an asterisk (*) was read.

WCAG 2.1.2

When tabbing to a field that requires a numerice value, when the numeric keypad appears, focus moves to the numeric keypad.

WCAG 2.1.1

When creating an expense, the Amount, Business Purpose, and Add Receipt fields are accessible using the keyboard.

WCAG 2.1.1

When creating or editing an expense, forward navigation to the Search field on the Expense Types page was not available. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 2.1.1

Keyboard support is now enabled for the custom fields.

WCAG 2.1.2

When creating or editing an expense, navigation to the Vendor field, or the Comment field, or the Search field on the Expense Types page, caused the focus to become trapped in that field. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 2.1.2

The Comment field can now be exited using the shortcut key.

WCAG 2.1.2

The Details field can now be exited using the shortcut key.

WCAG 2.1.2

Tab stops to static UI elements have been removed.

WCAG 2.1.2

On the Attendees page, the delete button can now be triggered using the keyboard.

WCAG 2.4.7

When creating a new expense, focus on the Add Receipt field is now visible.

WCAG 2.4.7

When viewing an expense report, there is a pronounced visual indication of which tab has focus, Details, Expenses, or Receipts.

WCAG 3.2.2

When the numeric keypad appears—for example, when navigating to a field that requires numeric input—focus now shifts to the numeric keypad.

Concur Shared UI

WCAG 4.1.2, 2.1.2, 1.1.1, 2.1.2

Improvements to data grids were made to make data tables more accessible including improved focus, better column headings, and better role/attribute usage.

WCAG 2.4.6, 2.4.7, 2.1.1, 2.4.6, 1.4.4, 1.4.8

Improvements were made to Message List Popovers including better headings, focus indicators, keyboard navigation, improved resizing functionality, error message handling, related element grouping, and list support.

WCAG 2.4.6, 2.4.7, 2.1.1, 4.1.2

Implemented improvements including improved focus, list navigation, better alternative text, header support in diaglog window, support added for detailed row info, and support to communicate state on segmented buttons.

WCAG 4.1.2, 1.4.8

Improved accessibility support for spinners including redundant button labels and fixed button truncation at 200% zoom.

WCAG 2.4.3

Tooltip icons are now accessible via the keyboard.

WCAG 4.1.2

The asterisk (*) symbol indicating a field is required was being read twice by screen readers. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 4.1.2

Success, Info, Warning and Error messages can now be navigated to using a keyboard and are now read by screen readers.

WCAG 4.1.2

Improvements were made to messages including focus indicators, list navigation, better text alternatives, added screen reader support for dialog header, detailed row information, and current state on segmented buttons.

WCAG 4.1.2

Buttons did not convey state value to screen readers when zoomed at or above 200%. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 2.1.1

Keyboard navigation did not work properly in data grids after loading the first set of rows. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 4.1.2

A tooltip was not correctly associated with an icon, leading to an unlabeled icon and an orphaned label. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 2.4.7, 1.4.5, 4.1.2, 1.4.11

Customer avatars have been improved including improved focus, alternate text, better contrast, and improved role/attribute definitions.

WCAG 2.4.6, 4.1.2

Improvements were made to MessageInline text for wrapping and improved padding for link readability.

WCAG 2.4.6, 4.1.2, 2.4.5

Improved FormControl contrast for readonly and error state focus in high contrast mode. These elements now meet color contrast requirements.

WCAG 3.3.1

When a drop down menu returns the "No results found" message, the message the message is now conveyed by screen readers.

WCAG 2.4.7

On smaller screens, the focus outline around a primary link or button was truncated. This issue has been resolved.

WCAG 4.1.2

The warning icon is now consistently conveyed by screen readers.

WCAG 1.3.5

Autocomplete sometimes displayed duplicate text. This issue has been resolved.

TripIt (Android)

WCAG 1.4.3

The information icon in the Carbon Footprint section now meets the required color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.

WCAG 2.1.2

Keyboard users can now select which plans to share.

WCAG 2.1.2

Keyboard users can now interact with airport maps.

WCAG 2.1.2

On the Alerts and Updates and the TripIt Pro pages, keyboard users can now navigate to the navigation tab.

WCAG 2.1.2

Extraneous tab stops were removed from the map view section.

WCAG 2.4.3

The reading and focus order on the empty Trips page has been improved.

WCAG 2.4.6

Visibility has been improved and truncation of text in the flight detail and car rental sections has been elminated.

WCAG 2.4.7

When viewing past trips, the visibility of focused elements for keyboard users on key navigation tabs has been improved.

WCAG 4.1.2

Screen reader announcements for the TripIt logo, Trips, Carbon Footprint, Sharing, and TripIt Pro sections are now more accurate.

WCAG 4.1.2

In some cases, screen readers incorrectly announced empty fields for some travel plans. This issue has been resolved.

TripIt (IOS)

WCAG 1.4.3

The Carbon Footprint section now meets the required color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.

WCAG 2.1.2

Keyboard issues in the Car, Flight, Profile, Interactive Airport Maps, Inner Circle, Settings, and International Travel Tool sections have been resolved.

WCAG 2.4.3

The focus order of the Navigator section has been corrected for keyboard users.

WCAG 2.4.7

The visibility of focused elements in Flight Details, Notifications, Trips, Settings, and Seat Tracker sections has been improved for keyboard users.

WCAG 4.1.2

Screen reader announcements have been made more accurate in theTripIt Logo, Plan Details, Profile, Point Tracker, Navigator, Inner Circle, Documents, Carbon Footprint, Neighborhood Safety Score, Interactive Airport Maps, Terminal and Gate Reminders, International Travel Tools, and Go Now sections.

WCAG 4.1.2

With voice over on, the Terminal and Gate Reminders, Go Now,and Fare Tracker images now contain contextual information and are accessible via gestures.

WCAG 4.1.2

Focus buttons now match the UI in the Interactive Airport Maps, Carbon Footprint, Sharing, Flight Date Picker, Trip Editing, Car Detail, and Inner Circle sections

2021

Q2
WCAG # Description

Concur Expense

WCAG 2.1, 2.4.7 On the cash advance workflow page, the last signed in link - in the footer section of the page - is now visible to the user while the keyboard focus is on it.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 On the cash advance workflow page, the last signed in link - in the footer section of the page - now has the word "link" read out to users accessing this link with a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 On the cash advance workflow page, the Help button - in the header section of the page - now has the words "Help button menu" read out to users accessing this button with a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 1.4.3 On the Expense screen, the Manage Expense tab now satisfies the minimum color contrast ratio of 4.5:1, while the Cash Advances tab is selected by the user.
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 When a user activates the Request Cash Advance button on the Cash Advance screen, the Case Advance Timeline and Audit Trail link windows now have read out corrected heading levels
WCAG 2.1, 3.2.2 When a user selects the radio buttons on the Add Allocations window in the Favorite Allocations tab, the keyboard now focuses on the selected radio buttons.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 On the Add Attendees window in the Attendees tab, the screen reader now reads relevant attendee information. 
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2 On the Expense screen in the Manage Expenses section, users are now able to open the Travel Allowance menu via the spacebar on the keyboard.
Concur Travel
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.3 On the Trip leg selection window, the keyboard now have corrected tab order, it focuses on the Search button and then the Cancel button.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2 From the Travel page on the Shop by Fares tab, extra tab stop has been removed for users using the 'Tab' button on the keyboard to access the Search button and the Flight Number Search field.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2  On the Travel tab, the keyboard now focuses on the selected rail search tab rather than the unselected flight search tab.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.1 On the Travel tab, the Search by Schedule results page now has input components mapped to unique IDs, to support screen reader users.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.1 From the Select Flights page on the Shop by Fares tab, the sort feature now has a unique ID. 
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.7 On the rental car search results page, the keyboard focus indication now fits exactly on the Return to previously selected results link text.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.6 On the rental car search results page, users accessing the Total cost* text with a screen reader will now hear a meaningful label read out loud. 
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.6 From the Travel page on the Search by Fare tab, the From and To fields now have unique IDs.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2 From the Travel page on the Search by Fare tab, the Displaying: [x] out of [y] results text has been removed from the tabbing order to ensure keyboard navigation is available only for interactive elements
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 From the Review and Reserve page in the Review Travel Preferences section, the train number is read out to screen reader users - who have selected the I want to sit close to another traveler's booked seat checkbox.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2 On the Travel Details page, the initial focus is now available on the Trip leg selection window.
WCAG 2.1, 1.4.3 While reviewing and reserving a trip on the Trip Summary page, the focus indication for all UI elements now satisfies the minimum color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 On the Confirmation page, when a user expands the expand button the total cost is now read out loud to a user who is accessing this text via a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 1.1.1 On the Confirmation page, when a user collapses the expand button a tooltip appears with meaningful information.
WCAG 2.1, 3.3.1 On the Travel tab, the focus is now shifted to the first field with an error, instead of the focus remaining on the search button.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 While reviewing trip details, users accessing the I have read and agree to the Rate Rules and Restrictions checkbox text with a screen reader will now have the text read out once, instead of twice.
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 On the Fare Rules and Restrictions window, users accessing the For more details visit: link with a screen reader will now have the text read out loud.
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 On the train search results page, users accessing the Sort By menu text with a screen reader will now have the text read out loud.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2 On the train search results page, while accessing the Sort By filter, focus is set to the first listing in the dropdown.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.1 On the train search results screen, keyboard access is now available to the Fare Class popup in the Filter By section.
WCAG 2.1, 3.3.1 While booking a trip, the focus is now shifted to the Payment Method field if the user has not selected form of payment.
WCAG 2.1, 1.4.3 While booking a train in the Trip Search section on the SAP Concur home page, the focus indicator now satisfies the minimum color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 On the Travel tab in the My Trips section, the screen reader now reads relevant trip information.
SAP Concur mobile app

iOS

WCAG 2.1, 2.4.7 iOS mobile users can now focus on the ratings buttons via a screen reader in the Star Rating section of the Filter screen.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.2 iOS mobile users can now activate the check in and check out calendar to select a date via voice over on the Hotels screen.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 iOS mobile users accessing images on the Hotels screen, with a screen reader, now hear the hotel image information read out loud.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 iOS mobile users accessing the Designation, Check-in, Check-out, room rate, and Distance fields with a screen reader on the Hotels screen, now hear the UI elements read out loud. The Map button on the Hotels screen is now read out loud by the screen reader when users access it as well. Also, the Cancellation Policy & Rate Details link is read out loud by the screen reader when a user accesses this link.
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Concur Expense
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.7 Whenever a user uses a keyboard to access a page, they need to be in control of where the input happens and affects consequences. Therefore, the focus is now made visible to the user and is easier to locate.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 Drop-down lists are now replaced with accessible select components lists and the value count is now read out loud clearly to users accessing the page with a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 The name of the Upload Cash Advance Attachment button - in the Upload Cash Advance Attachment window - is now read out to users who are accessing the button with a screen reader.

Also, the words 5MB limit per file are read out loud clearly to users accessing the Upload Cash Advance Attachment window with a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 The Active Cash Advance list is now read out to users accessing the Cash Advances page with a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 14.1.2 For the Close buttons on the Cash Advance Timeline page, Audit Trail page, and Upload Cash Advance Attachment window, the word "close" is now read out to users accessing these buttons with a screen reader. A tooltip also appears - when a user accesses these buttons - so visual users can better access this information.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 Empty data cells - on the Cash Advances page in the All Cash Advances view - now have the words "empty/blank" read out to users accessing these cells with a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 1.1.1 In the Cash Advances flow, when a user clicks on the Close Receipt Modal button on the receipt attachment view, a tooltip now appears with information about the button.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 From the cash advance page, on the Details tab, all required fields are now announced to users who navigate using a screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, 1.1.1; WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 On the cash advance page, when a user enters invalid data into the Cash Advance Amount field, screen reader users will now hear an error message consistent to the error callout popup.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.3 When adding an expense - on the Receipt attachment - the Zoom in, Zoom out, and Rotate options are no longer overlapping.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.3 While uploading a receipt, users now have a strong and clear visible focus on the Detach and Append buttons.
Concur Travel
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.6 When a user clicks the All link on the Trip Summary page, they will now see the In Policy button appear on the page. Before this update, only users - accessing this page with a screen reader - had access to this button information.
WCAG 2.1, 1.3.1 On the Trip Summary page, users - accessing this page with a screen reader - will now have the title, trip summary, and flight information read out.
WCAG 2.1, 1.4.3 When booking an airline - the warning text color - in the This is a Non-Refundable Ticket message - now satisfies the minimum color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.
WCAG 2.1, 1.4.3 On the Travel page, the focus indication for all UI elements - on the Train Search tab - now satisfies the minimum color contrast ratio of 4.5:1.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.1 On the Trip Summary page, users can now scroll content in the Accept Rate Details and Cancellation Policy window using their keyboard.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.7 When accessing the Change Flight Search, Display Settings, and Airport Filters dropdown sections, a clear and visible focus indication is now provided to users.
SAP Concur mobile app

Android

WCAG 2.1, 2.4.3 Android mobile users can now access all rail itinerary details at once by swiping on a train itinerary.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.3 Android mobile users can now access all car booking details - at once - by swiping on a car reservation.
WCAG 2.1, 3.2.2 While booking a train on Android mobile, tapping the Book button retains focus on the window that opens up.
WCAG 2.1, 2.1.1 While booking a hotel, the calendar decorative image next to the booking dates on the room reservation screen is removed from the focus order.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 While booking a train, Android mobile users - after tapping the Book button - will only have relevant information read out on the pop-up that appears on the home screen.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 While booking a hotel, Android users using a screen reader now have the rating details on the Hotels screen read out.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 When Android mobile users accesses the airline logo on the Flight Details screen, the screen reader announces the airline name associated to the logo.
WCAG 2.1, 4.1.2 When Android mobile users accesses options on the Select Frequent Flyer Program window - with a screen reader - the frequent flyer program is read out correctly without any additional words added.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.6 While booking a hotel room, Android mobile app users will now have a fully visible hotel name when the application is viewed in its default size setting.
WCAG 2.1, 2.4.6 While booking a hotel room, Android mobile users will now have access to a meaningful label for the phone number. This phone field label will also be read out to any users accessing this field with a screen reader.