Our upcoming next generation and Patented Enterprise Class Communications software !!

This software takes all the strengths of CAI and adds several important Patented capabilities including advanced controls, management, scalability and other enterprise class features.


- All the features of the Computer aided intercom software
- Scalable to Enterprise size deployment

- Multi-Site and Multi-Location configurations
Auto-replication of central database
- Floating Sever
Shared client and server capabilities
Event or Manual triggered custom messages
Flexible message targeting
Flexible station grouping
Aggregate group targeting
Dynamic user tracking and message targeting
Automatic designation of message properties
Behavioral rule-based message characteristics

Product Details


Enterprise class deployment and scalability.

With EnterComm, our infrastructure software is easily scalable to multi-building, multi-site and multi-location deployments, easily handling tens of thousands of stations per site. With Enterprise class deployment you also get Enterprise class user grouping, categorization, targeting, better searching by name, classification, etc.

Multi-Site and Multi-Location configurations.

With Enterprise class scalability comes different usability issues, these include the ability to visualize the stations in multiple wings, floors, buildings, sites, and the ability to select individual stations, or areas of stations to be targeted for a message or broadcast.

Floating Server.

This software system feature allows the client software running on any of the stations to accept the responsibility of the server functionality dynamically upon detection of server system degradation.

Shared Client and Server Capabilities.

Application system has the ability to automatically configure itself to run as a client, a server or both from any station in the network. This removes the necessity of having dedicated hardware for implementing the application server.

Event or Manual Triggered Custom Messages.

This feature allows specific events (e.g. Fire Alarm, Emergency, etc) or specially marked command icons to automatically construct and trigger custom messages to be broadcasted, optionally spoken, routed to one or more users or stations, on a certain subset of or all stations in the network. The messages and/or icons to be identified with a particular event are customizable.

Flexible Message Targeting.

This feature allows the users of the system to send and target a message to one or more viewing display ports of the application system (message receiving window, message scrolling banner, etc.) on a particular station or multiple stations.

Flexible Station Grouping.

This feature allows the application system to define and identify stations as grouped based on their physical locations or departmental ownership. Stations can be grouped by aisle, wing, floor, building, site, geographical location, country, etc. Also, stations can be grouped by department, i.e. administration, accounting, tech-support, etc. The application system can also graphically represent the organizational and physical location of stations. With this grouping of stations, messages can be sent to one or more stations, or groups of stations in an organization.

Aggregate Group Targeting.

In addition to the Station grouping mentioned, stations belonging to multiple groups can be targeted. i.e. Send a message to all accounting stations in Building A. This capability is also available with the grouping of users, i.e. Send a message to all Nurses on the First Floor of Building D. Additionally, normal user groups can be aggregated, etc. Send a message to all Nurses and Doctors in Building B.

Dynamic User Tracking and Message Targeting.

This feature allows the system to dynamically keep track of which user(s) is logged on to which station(s). When sending a message to a particular user, the user sending the message needs not know which station or stations the recipient is logged on to. When sending a non station targeted message, the system automatically sends the message (normal, private notification or scrolling message) to all stations that the recipient has logged onto. This capability provides for faster message delivery between users of the system.

Manual or Automatic Designation of Message Properties and Behavioral Rule-Based Characteristics.

This capability allows the system or the users to assign particular properties to messages before sending them out. Particular properties of message control some of the application system behavior with respect to how the messages are routed, stored, displayed, acknowledged, replied to and deleted. The following lists a small set of the system behaviors and message rules that are implemented by EnterComm:

  • Normal messages can be displayed in the message viewer and scrolling banner.

  • Private messages can not be displayed in scrolling banner, but only their notification.

  • Private messages require users to log-in for their retrieval or acknowledgement.

  • Private messages automatically get stored in a common storage for retrieval from any station.

  • Event-Driven messages can not be deleted by the end users and only from the initiator or administrator.

  • If a user is not logged in, private messages can still be sent to them and they’ll be notified as soon as they log in.

  • Normal and Broadcast message need not be targeted to a particular user.

  • Urgent message are visually and audibly identifiable.