DLX Networks Announces Enhanced Accessibility and Usability for Multiple Phone Systems

Updated: January 06, 2011

PRLog (Press Release) – Oct 27, 2009 – DLX Networks announces through partnership with Tenacity Operating, LLC ("Tenacity"), they now offer accessibility and usability enhancements for multiple phone systems. Tenacity, an effective leader within the field of accessible telephony, designed and engineered accessaphone(tm) software applications that provide a comprehensive list of communication interface options for people in the workforce.

The various call control options include, but are not limited to:

  • Text to speech, keyboard, and speech recognition controls for individuals who are blind/low vision/mobility impaired.
  • Total Conversation with video, audio, and real time text for people who are deaf/hard of hearing.
  • ipTTY with TTY compatibility, real time text and audio for people who are deaf/hard of hearing.

All accessaphone(tm) applications incorporate intuitive hotkeys to support individuals with cognitive impairments as well as alternative input devices for people with mobility impairments. For the organization, enterprise licensing creates a single, entity-wide solution, with each individual's unique assistive technology (AT) needs matched by accessaphone(tm) built-in product/feature options.

About DLX Networks

DLX Networks is a specialist consultancy providing secure, reliable and feature rich IT network solutions. We provide a number of services and solutions suitable for SMB through to Enterprise organisations.

If you are thinking of expanding an existing network, improving network security, providing remote working and mobility options or deploying a new Cisco Unified Communications Manager to your organisation DLX networks can help.

We are committed to making our Unified Communications solutions accessible for everyone and our solutions are designed with this in mind. We also assist customers with existing installations and help them make them accessible.

We offer various support services to meet the requirements of your business from basic support and escalation to a complete managed service.

About Tenacity Operating, LLC

Tenacity is a catalyst in changing the parochial mindset from accommodating a few employees to incorporating accessibility into the workplace communication infrastructure for all employees, regardless of ability or disability. Tenacity designs, engineers, and distributes accessaphone(tm) software applications necessary to be an effective leader within the field of accessible telephony and related modes of communications. As an industry leader, Tenacity is highly sought after and trusted by individuals, OEM's, advocacy and support groups, government agencies, and employer organizations, all of whom have a vested interest in assuring that telephones are accessible to everyone.

DLX Networks is a specialist consultancy providing secure, reliable and feature rich IT network solutions. We provide a number of services and solutions suitable for SMB through to Enterprise organisations.

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