Parliant's PhoneValet Message Center has won multiple industry awards, including "MacWorld Best of Show." The application leverages Apple Mac OS X voice recognition and speech synthesis technologies and OpenBase SQL relational database technology to turn telephones into remarkably useful digital assistants.
Since 1991, OpenBase SQL has served as an "engine of innovation" for all kinds of businesses and applications. Here are just some of the success stories.
Figg Engineering Group (FIGG) builds bridges, literally, and with the public who use them. It began investigating OpenBase SQL after noticing it was the database that Apple used for its own WebObjects tutorial demos. Now FIGG trusts its project data to OpenBase SQL--and used it, with WebObjects, to build its award-winning intranet and extranet for better collaboration among team members and with the public.
LightSpeed POS is the ground-breaking Point-of-Sale system on Mac from Xsilva that is transforming retail operations. Check out how OpenBase SQL powers an intuitive iTunes-like interface and easy-to-use, information-rich features that help retailers of all kinds to increase their sales.
It takes hours and hours and hours of footage, shot from multiple cameras, to capture the minutes that make up reality TV shows. mFactory uses built-in OpenBase SQL database features to develop distributed applications that enable multiple users to access and quickly search vast amounts of footage.
"We wanted an infrastructure that can do whatever we need it to do--and scale with us as we grow," says George Domurot of Box Office Tickets, the online ticketing and event services provider. "There is nothing else in the marketplace that even remotely has the power of OpenBase SQL and WebObjects."
FlightArrivals.com had a great idea: offer travelers a real-time, online flight information service. The business really took off. Now they rely on high-performance OpenBase SQL to process millions of requests per day.
LA.com is the go-to guide for visitors and residents of Los Angeles. Launched in defiance of the dot.com bust, LA.com needed a database with power, versatility and clustering, but it didn't want to spend its development money on database administrators and per-processor database licenses. With OpenBase SQL, LA.com succeeds in leveraging the immediacy and interactivity of the Internet.