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Below are just some of the major features giving RapidReach its advantage.


  • Two versions: RapidReach Standard (single-user system) and RapidReach Professional (multi-user system with network capabilities).
  • Modular design which enables easy expansion of functionality, line capacity and number of users.
  • Support for various languages: English, German, French and Swedish.
  • Support for using the system as an information system for retrieval of status reports, press releases etc.
  • Call recipients are engaged in a dialogue with the system and their responses are recorded during a call-out.

Administrating The Database

  • Personnel data is structured into sections representing geographical or administrative organization and presented in a hierarchical tree structure with nested branches.
  • Support for an unlimited number of primary and secondary individuals in a position. Secondary individuals are used to fill positions if primary individuals aren't available.
  • Assign one individual to an unlimited number of positions.
  • Define a number of accepting individuals in a call-out.
  • Possibility to calendar or shift schedule* individuals within a position.
  • Define alterations within a position, for example vacations, irrespective of scheduling.
  • Groups are organized and presented in a hierarchical tree structure with nested branches.
  • Unlimited number of positions can be included in each group.
  • Import of personnel data via text delimited files.
  • Import profiles can be saved and loaded to simplify regular import.
  • The import function can be used for updating existing personnel data.
  • Personnel data can be exported.
  • Archive call-outs.


  • An unlimited number of messages is allowed.
  • Messages are organized and presented in a hierarchical tree structure with nested branches.
  • One single message can support 4 different representations: audio, text*, numerical and graphic*.
  • External text file usable as fax* message.
  • Create a graphical representation of a fax* message using an external program with printing capabilities.
  • Attach cover and end page to fax* messages.
  • Send attachment with e-mail*.
  • Support for automatic and immediate notification of fax* and e-mail* delivery.
  • Simple audio recording via a dialog resembling a tape recorder.
  • External editing tools may be used to improve sound quality*.
  • Record a message when activating a scenario remotely.
  • Create a new text message based on a template at start of scenario.
  • Define which response set to use for a message or indicate that no response is required.
  • All audio system messages can be re-recorded.
  • All system messages are presented in lucid flowcharts.
  • Each system message is accomplished by a text box to enter comments for easier administration and recording.


  • Predefine call-outs (scenarios) for quicker and easier activation.
  • Define and start call-outs on-the-fly.
  • An unlimited number of scenarios can be created.
  • Activate a scenario remotely using a touch tone phone.
  • Define delayed start of scenarios.
  • Run multiple scenarios simultaneously.
  • Schedule automatic activation of scenarios.
  • Assign priority to call-outs or scenarios.
  • An unlimited number of responses can be used.
  • All responses and response codes are user defined.
  • Record call back responses from numerical page, alpha page/ SMS*, fax* and e-mail* recipients.
  • Support for cattle call, i.e. call-outs where the positions will be filled by the first responding individuals.
  • Automatic restart of call-outs for all positions that have not been filled.
  • Support for group paging.
  • New Automatic identification of incoming calls.
  • New Support for GSM modems as an alternate to standard modems.
  • New Support for registering a response by replying to a SMS or e-mail message. 

Follow-Up And Reports

  • All call-out information is presented in real-time in a comprehensive overview showing status, start and stop times, which groups are being called, individual contact numbers etc.
  • Call-out reports with both detailed and summary information are available both during and after a call-out.
  • Support for automatic report via fax* or to a printer on completion of a call-out or during an ongoing call-out
  • There are 25 different reports. Using these reports makes it easier to create the emergency manual.
  • Printed report of all individuals within a personnel section including name, PIN code, password, contact information, and if the individual's name has been saved as a sound file.

Telecommunication And Configuration

  • Support for touch tone telephones and touch tone activated beepers, alpha pagers*, fax*, e-mail* and PLC*.
  • Support for up to 480 phone lines.
  • Analog lines supported in blocks of 4 and12 lines. Availability dependent on country.
  • Support for receiving extended DTMF tones for 0.9, A..F, *,#.
  • Support for ISDN BRI 4-line installations
  • Support for 24-line T-1 (Robbed Bit) or ISDN PRI 24.
  • Support for TAP, UCP and CIMD.
  • Advanced answering detection.
  • Connection to standard SMTP server, when e-mailing*, through computer network.
  • Easily assign inbound and outbound lines to different applications.
  • Dedicate lines for inbound calls only.
  • Run several call-out systems using the same communication resources.
  • Define an unlimited number of phone categories.
  • Define whether a contact alternative should be used either during working hours, non-working hours or always.
  • Define which phone categories to use for each scenario as well as the category sort order.
  • Connect both internal and external lines to the same system.
  • Define both internal and external prefixes for each line.
  • Switch on and off the usage of country- and area- codes which enables the same database to be used both within the country and abroad.
  • Define number of attempts and time interval between attempts for situations where contact number is busy.
  • Set a time-out for paged, faxed or e-mailed individuals after which they are no longer required for a call-out (no longer able to retrieve or respond to the message).
  • The Phone server can be administered from a remote computer with network connection.
  • Run the simulator from a remote computer.


  • Four access levels adjusted for system administrators, data administrators, operators and supervisors. Modify the contents of access levels.
  • Use individual PIN-codes and passwords (optional) for identification.
  • Require an individual ID or a common security code for access to a message.
  • New Optional requirement to confirm password whenever a new user is added or an existing password is changed.
  • New Users may change their own password.
  • New Possibility to require a change of password after a certain time frame has elapsed.
  • New Possibility to automatically shut down clients after a specified time of inactivity.

Inbound Information System

  • Support for multi level information menus.
  • Dedicate incoming lines to an information menu*.
  • Request either recorded information or fax messages* (Fax on demand).

Help and Support

  • Context-sensitive help.
  • Comprehensive user documentation.
  • Support for simulated phone calls, numerical paging, alpha paging (SMS/GSM), fax transmission and e-mail to use for demonstration or practice sessions.

Recommended System Requirements

Server machine:

  • Windows NT(SP.6)/2000/XP, Server2003/2000
  • Pentium 600 MHZ (min)
  • 256 MB RAM (min)
  • 100MB free disk space (100 MB recommended)
  • 1 free slot per phone board (#)
  • 1 half length PCI slot for sound card
  • CD player

Client machine:

  • Windows 9x/NT (SP.6)/2000/ME/XP
  • Pentium 200 MHZ (min)
  • 64 MB RAM (min)
  • 50 MB free disk space (100 MB recommended)
  • CD player


  • High-speed LAN or WAN, min. 10 Mbit/sec.

(#)The type of phone board (PCI or ISA) as well as the size may depend on the type of installation.
(*) System option.

With reservation for technical changes and misprints that may occur.

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Copyright 2002 Cascade International Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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