Dialogic Launches the GETCONNECTED
Developer Program; Extensive Technical and Marketing Support Accelerates CT-Connect
LOWELL, MA December 1, 1998 Dialogic Corporation (NASDAQ:DLGC)
today announced the launch of the GetConnectedSM support program for its
CT-Connect family of computer-telephone software components. The new program assists
application developers and integrators in successfully delivering application solutions
that incorporate computer-telephone integration (CTI). In addition to technical and
marketing assistance, the program offers both free and for-fee services that provide the
information, tools and development environments solution providers need to rapidly
implement and market CTI-based applications. The GetConnected program is open to
any solution provider interested in using CT-Connect software components. For more
information on the program or specific upcoming events visit the CT-Connect area of the
Dialogic web site at http://www.dialogic.com/products/ctconnct.
GetConnected Program Highlights
- Free Product Seminars. These hands-on technical sessions provide program members
with an overview of CT-Connect software components and their typical applications. The
next seminars are scheduled for December 7 and 8 in Lowell, MA.
- Expanded CTI Lab Services. Program members can use Dialogic's extensive new CTI
lab to test their applications against a number of different telephone environments. As a
free introduction to this resource, program members are invited to bring their application
systems into the lab on designated open-house days. Developers can also arrange for
exclusive use of CTI lab facilities on a daily or weekly fee basis. The next CTI Lab Open
House is scheduled for December 8 in Lowell, MA.
- Beta Trial Program. Qualified GetConnected program members are invited to receive
pre-release copies of new CT-Connect component products. Several upcoming products are
currently in beta test; interested developers should contact Dialogic for further
- Cooperative Marketing Services. Dialogic provides program members with marketing
assistance for CTI solutions that are based on CT-Connect components. This assistance
includes participation in partner press announcements, a member products and services
directory on Dialogic's web site, and Dialogic-sponsored partner pavilions at trade shows.
- GetConnected Program Newsletter. Program members receive an e-mail update every
six to eight weeks describing upcoming product releases, training sessions, lab open-house
dates, and other program activities.
About CT-Connect and the Computer-Telephone Division
Dialogic's unique component approach to CTI software greatly simplifies application
development, resulting in affordable yet high-performance CTI solutions. CT-Connect
components implement specific, technically difficult CTI functions, leaving application
user interfaces and features to be implemented by developers and integrators. By using
CT-Connect components, solution providers can add telephone features to their own business
applications rather than requiring customers to purchase additional CTI applications from
CT-Connect was developed by the Dialogic Computer-Telephone Division in Lowell,
Massachusetts. Its development team and its professional services arm, the Synapse Group,
are internationally recognized both for their experience with CTI technology and
applications and for their contributions to international CTI standards. For additional
information about CT-Connect or the GetConnected program, go to the CT-Connect section of
the Dialogic Web site at http://www.dialogic.com/products/ctconnct.
About Dialogic Corporation
Dialogic Corporation is the leading manufacturer of high-performance, standards-based
CT components. Dialogic products are used in voice, fax, data, voice recognition, speech
synthesis, call center management, and IP telephony applications in both customer premises
and public network environments. The company is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey,
with regional headquarters in Tokyo, Brussels, and Buenos Aires. For more information,
visit the Dialogic Web site at http://www.dialogic.com.