All content on these pages are related to the latest supported release of the Horizon Integrator client.
Product / License Type
Additional charges may apply. Please check with the application provider before proceeding.
Features provided by the application vendor
Notes / Advisories
If the integration supports caching, please note that cached integrations support up to 30,000 contacts. The live mode method would need to be used for larger directories. Performance will then be determined by a number of additional factors including network speed and application API specification.
This is the version/s of Horizon Integrator supporting integration to the application.
Address Book Search:
This feature allows the contact directory (address book) of an integrated business application to be searched from the Horizon Integrator system tray menu. A contact can be "dialed" or "popped" from the search results.
Click to dial via Horizon Integrator:
Allows users to dial database Contacts from the Horizon Integrator Address Book. Also allows users to dial from Call History, Web Pages, and On-Screen Copy/Paste via Clipboard Dialing.
Click to dial via business application:
Allows users to dial directly from a dial function natively embedded in the business application.
Caller details preview:
Incoming caller details will be displayed in an on-screen pop-up window, for either inbound or outbound call, when a match is found for the telephone number in the business application contact database.
Manual screen pop:
A small icon will be displayed in the preview window. When pressed it will pop the contact record for the caller in the business application.
Auto screen pop:
The contact record for the caller will automatically pop when the user's extension is either ringing or answered.
Features provided by the application vendor:
Integration features are natively provided within the business application. Please refer to the business application provider or related documentation for further details.
Additional integration features are available. Please check the notes/advisories for further details.
Automatic call activity logging:
The Horizon Integrator client automatically writes a call activity record to the integrated business application. This happens once the user hangs-up the call and if the phone number matches to a contact within the integrated business application. The generated call activity record is saved within the matched contact's call activity log.
Manual call activity logging:
The Horizon Integrator client will present an additional button on the caller preview window if a match to the caller's number is found within the integrated business application. Pressing this button will create and open a new activity window within the business application, with some fields, such as 'subject', pre-populated. In the event of a contact having the same phone number as another contact, no call activity can be created.
Integration with Notes:
The notes field from the matched CRM record will display in the Preview window.
An "Add-in" is an option in the Horizon Integrator client that, when configured, connects the Horizon Integrator client to the business application enabling a pre-defined set of integration features as detailed in the "Supported features" box.
Client Add-in with Events
An “Add-in with Events” is a Client Add-in that also sends and receives events to and from the business application such that the integration features are a combined function of the Horizon Integrator client and of the business application. Please refer to the “Supported features” box for more details.
The business application provides its own integration features by sending and receiving telephony events through the Horizon Integrator TAPI driver installed on the end user PC.
The business application provides its own integration features by sending and receiving telephony events through the Horizon Integrator TAPI driver installed on the business application server.
The business application provides its own integration features by sending and receiving telephony events by connecting to a proprietary API exposed through the Horizon Integrator PC client.
Product / License Type
The minimum Product / License required to achieve integration.
Add-In / TAPI Driver can be installed by the reseller / end user using on-line guides.
Remote configuration and testing of the TAPI Driver for the first two stations: the first to ensure everything is working as expected; the second to demonstrate to the engineer attending the site, who is then expected to deploy the remainder of the site. The installation does not include setup of the business application to use the TAPI driver although Information and advice regarding configuration of TAPI within the business application will be given where available. Advice should always be sort from the Business Application maintainer prior to any installation. Correct operation of the TAPI driver is confirmed through testing with the Windows Dialer application.
All installations require completion and sign-off of an on-line pre-installation checklist prior to confirmation of the installation date.
Several known working installations and would expect application's TAPI features to work as published.
No previous experience. Go ahead, try it and give us any feedback.
Restrictions apply. Please check advisories.
Known not to work when previously tested.
Standard integrations are typically* available by default within the Horizon Integrator client and installation can be completed by the reseller / end user using the add-in guide provided. Standard integrations use open APIs or benefit from partner agreements with the business application developer and it is expected that support for future releases will be maintained. Supported integration features are given in the table below. *In some instances, where additional Horizon Integrator charges or other exceptional conditions apply an unlock code may be required to enable the integration.
Controlled integrations have typically been provided on a customer project basis and either a limited agreement or no agreement is maintained with the application developer and support for future releases might not be available. The integration add-in is not available by default within the Horizon Integrator client and must be enabled by the Horizon Integrator developer at the time of installation. Supported integration features are given in the table below.
The Standard-Select classification applies to Add-ins where additional conditions and costs must be met before installation can be undertaken. Installation can only be completed by an authorised installer (Select Installer). Once installed, Standard-Select Add-ins benefit from the same levels of support as Standard Add-ins.
The Legacy classification applies to Add-ins for business applications where support has been discontinued by the application developer. An unlock code is required to configure the Add-in in the Horizon Integrator client and a limited, non-SLA support level only is available.