Go TAPI provides a first party (single line) or third party (multi line) TAPI driver for use Broadworks. Go TAPI is delivered as standalone installation disks and, once installed, provides a convenient utility available from the Windows system tray for configuration and monitoring of the driver.
What is TAPI?
TAPI is a Microsoft defined API and stands for Telephony Application Program Interface. Go TAPI allows a PC to monitor and control extensions on a Broadworks communication system while providing a TAPI interface to a TAPI compliant application.
Who Uses TAPI?
TAPI is most frequently used by application developers so that they can build telephony features such as screen popping and click to dial natively into their applications.
Why Use Go TAPI?
Mondago are an experienced provider of TAPI drivers and has worked with a large number of TAPI compliant applications, often assisting application developers with their own implementations. When combined with Mondago’s proven XSI interface it makes for an effective and reliable product.
First party / Single line V2 TAPI driver
Monitors and controls a single user’s extension and makes events and actions available through a locally installed driver on the user’s PC desktop
Third party / Multi-line V2 TAPI Driver
Monitors and controls a multiple users extensions and makes events and actions available through a driver installed on an application server
TAPI Tray Monitor
The TAPI Tray Monitor allows the user to see the current status of their TAPI connection at a glance, as well as providing the ability to restart the Go TAPI Broadworks Service in the event of a problem
Go Integrator Products
Add Contact New Feature
With the new Add Contact feature, Cara users can publish customer contact information quickly and easily into any integrated address books, or copy from one address book to another
Users can select which connected device they would like to use to make or receive calls, including the embedded Cara Softphone or changing the device to MS Teams