Universal access is an operational
subset and foundation stone of universal interaction.
With affiliated technical
developers, we offer an "engine" that negotiates the electronic byways
between end-user devices and network repositories. The end-user devices include
- PC's with Web browsers,
- Wired telephones of all
- Cell phones in voice or
- Handhelds such as Blackberry,
Palm, and Pocket PC.
- Cable TV's.
The repositories may be
- e-mail servers,
- voicemail servers,
- web servers,
- directory servers,
- network address books,
- network calendars or personal
- telephone switches or PBX's,
- network databases containing
anything from photos to music, medical records to business inventories, real estate
listings to satellite-tracking data.
Suitable for use by service
providers, larger corporations, and government agencies, the universal-access
engine allows the rapid creation of tailored, branded interfaces -- almost instantly
and without the need for system testing of the resultant code.
The team that created the
engine also created communications infrastructure for a large telecom company.
To determine whether a telephone
interview with us would be appropriate, Contact us.
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