RealComm Global understands that truly effective global communications contains accurate language translation, context understanding and emotional response recognition.
That is why RealComm Global is automating this critical business capability using state of the art web-based communication, where you can speak securely in your native tongue, and be heard and understood across the country or across the globe in more than 60 languages and dialects.
RealComm Global provides a sophisticated software development platform to build language interpretation applications that serve millions of global communicators in real-time language interpretation of voice, video, collaboration, and emotion feedback.
Mary Lee is a serial entrepreneur with 17-plus years of experience in software development and technology, most recently in real-time communications.
Ted has successfully managed large companies in the US and Africa. In 1994 he founded the North American operations for digital voice recording and call centers, which went public in 1997.
Maria Zabaneh is a former ambassador, the chair of the Catholic bishop’s education commission, and the CEO of Virgin Belize, an investment company set up to attract direct foreign investment for the benefit of Belize.
David has 25 years experience developing and leading successful global Data & Analytic organizations in retail, real estate and finance.
Evry provides RealComm Global with a development team of 11 engineers, and one project manager. Evry is Certified for ISO 9001:2015 & ISO, certified for PCI-DSS v 3.2 compliance.
David manages and consults for Linux in US South East. He has over 15 years of industry experience with complex business process, architecture, design and implementation.
Bob is a highly accomplished senior executive and seasoned board member with a proven track record in strategic planning and implementation, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), organizational design, change management, supply chain and finance.
Up to 60 languages/dialects for both real time speech interpretation and text messaging