Callware Technologies, Inc. is a leader in providing voicemail, auto attendant, unified messaging, and unified communication solutions that improve the flow of communications, increase productivity, and save on overall costs.
- Callegra.UC (Commercial) for mid-to-enterprise-sized businesses
- Callegra.UC JITC for United States Department of Defense (DoD) entities
- Callegra.UC (Government) for Educational Institutions, Federal, State, and Local Governments
- Solo VoiceMail for small businesses
Callware Technologies was incorporated in 1994 as a result of a spin-off from International Voice Exchange, a service bureau and software development company founded in 1988.
At that time, Callware introduced its unified messaging and unified communications product — Callegra, which became the first voicemail product in the market to give users the ability to access, send, and receive voicemail and fax messages directly from a computer desktop interface. Subsequent versions integrated Callegra’s GUI with Microsoft Outlook, Novell GroupWise, Lotus Notes, and various web browsers.
Callware started providing Callegra to government agencies and the DoD in 1998. The company enhanced its flagship product with high security features and released the DoD edition Callegra.UC JITC.
Since 2004, Callegra.UC JITC became the first and only product of its kind to obtain Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certification and Information Assurance (IA) Accreditation.
Callegra.UC unified communication product listed on the DoD Approved Products List (APL) has become the primary voicemail replacement system for all branches of the U.S. military, including the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, and other strategic DoD operations.
Callware Technologies’ products are installed at government bureaus, educational institutions, international banks, and Fortune 500 corporations, including hundreds of DoD sites and military bases worldwide. These products include voicemail, unified messaging, full-featured auto attendant, text to speech (TTS), voice recognition, and the ability to access your voice and fax messages from the mobile client, telephone, desktop client, or Internet.