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Organizations Across The World Trust Exacom To Record Their Mission-Critical Communications.
Exacom provides logging recorder solutions for mission-critical communications within the Police and Fire Agencies, Emergency Medical Services, 9-1-1 Communications Centers, Government Agencies, Military Departments, Transportation Companies, Energy Companies, Gas & Utility Facilities, Educational Facilities, Healthcare Centers and Hospitals, and other Security applications. Our goal is to capture the widest array of information for every communication and help customers recall and analyze that data to not just meet compliance but also to decrease liability, streamline operations, cut costs, and increase effectiveness.
Today, Exacom has thousands of logging recorders installed throughout the world. But Exacom had a very modest start in 1986 offering solutions for digital voice logging recorders, instant recall, call accounting, and telecom interfaces. Over time, we narrowed our focus to logging recorders, which has allowed us to emerge as one of the industry’s most trusted providers of multimedia logging recorders for mission-critical applications.
Exacom’s goal is to provide best-in-class recording solutions to our customers. This doesn’t just mean our software and recording acquisitions are reliable and have all required features; it’s much more than that. Our customers heavily rely on us to share our years of knowledge and insight as they navigate new trends and technologies.
Exacom’s recorders capture audio, text, video, screens, images and event media from radio, 9-1-1 voice, PBX, CAD, PSAP and Dispatch systems. Built on the latest technologies, our recorders work with standards like DMR, i3, MOTOTRBO and SIP through PSTN, IP and ESINet networks.
HindSight, our recording software, comes loaded with features to make archival, recall, and playback fast and seamless, but we also include advanced alert and monitoring tools to help ensure customers never miss a recording. Additionally, media can be recorded from geographically diverse sources—redundant locations, remote locations, mobile vehicles, command units, and others—even when connectivity is intermittent, and then data can be centralized to a single server, multiple servers, or even the cloud.