Company Profile of Human Communications


We help clients to design, market and implement highly competitive telecommunications and software products and services. Our specialties include Voice over IP, WebRTC, Voice over LTE and facsimile.  We help clients with the integration of emerging messaging, multimedia and network technologies, notably the Internet and Wireless networks.  Services are provided to the office equipment, telecommunications, messaging and software industries, as well as corporate clients.

Methods Of Operation

We carry out our mission by offering clients product planning, engineering, implementation and information services which are tailored to their needs. We participate actively in telecommunications industry standards committees and advise clients on the impact current and future standards may have on their business and product strategies.

We pay particular attention to the possibilities for technical and marketing innovation which may produce sustained competitive advantages for our clients. HC has in depth experience in the entire product introduction cycle from the initial market requirements study and technology assessment stages through product design, testing and introduction.  We are also very knowledgeable in B2B marketing and can help clients develop an effective Inbound Marketing strategy.  

We can help clients to build strategic alliances with other companies by tapping our extensive network of business and technical contacts throughout the telecommunications and messaging industries. Our network of highly experienced consultants is also available to provide additional services in areas such as market research, software development, technical writing and desktop publishing.

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