Don’t Forget the Bells and Whistles

Alexander Graham Bell is well-known for his invention of the Telephone. You’d be surprised to know that the idea behind Bell’s invention was sparked by his desire to effectively communicate with his hearing-impaired mother. Bell was a problem solver and an innovator by nature and his unwavering pursuit to find a solution to his problem led to the invention of the “electronic speech machine”, which later adopted the name telephone.

Even though technology has advanced in leaps and bounds and more of us have moved away from using fixed lines to mobile phones, most millennials and earlier generations have had first-hand experience using the age-old telephone and I’m sure we each have fond memories of being able to reconnect with loved ones who were miles away. Bell was a forward thinker, and no dream was too big for him to achieve. His lifelong ambition for the telephone was to make sure that there would be a telephone in every American town by the turn of the 21st century.

Bell did more than reach his goal, his invention went on to be modified and improved to the point where his initial design was transformed into the modern-day cell phone. Most would argue that Bell went from wanting to have his invention in every home in America, to having his invention in almost every person's pocket across the world.

“Phones” as we now call them, can do more than just call someone thousands of miles away at the tap of a few buttons, we can now use them to buy a plane ticket to any destination, order food, or even binge-watch an entire season of your favourite series.

Although other inventors have contributed to the advancement of the telephone and all its new features, one thing that we cannot overlook is Alexander Bell’s determination, tenacious appetite for innovation, and courage to journey into the unknown. Bell was not the only one who had the idea of transferring sound via an electric current. His ingenuity, step-wise refinement, and long hours spent perfecting his invention led to his success, making him a household name.  

At Synatic, we possess a similar ethos. We have hand-picked and assembled a team of young, dynamic, and ambitious individuals, who all share a common belief that positive incremental change  is the fuel for innovation. Yes, we continuously strive to create “the next big thing” but we also dedicate time into uncovering a million small things.  

Just like Alexander Bell was inspired to create the telephone because of a challenge he was faced with, so are we inspired to assist businesses struggling to connect their disparate systems. We aim to help them overcome this challenge by connecting their disparate technologies and data through our solution. Synatic is dedicated to turning unattainable long-term business goals into short-term sprints, making that impossible task of connecting any businesses legacy systems to new age technology simple and easy. With Synatic no concept is too overwhelming to comprehend. We make a conscious effort to set goals and achieve them even when no one thinks we can.

Our team has devoted years of research to developing, and creating a solution that is simple, nimble, and powerful. While a lot of similarly built integration solutions may stumble onto improvements in their product because of luck, we work intensely at our success to deliver a product that is loaded  with enterprise-grade features and capabilities , with a price tag to fit your pocket. 

Our goal is to help businesses thrive and push past boundaries to achieve new levels of growth and success, and we know that the only way they will be able to do this is through effective integration. We strive to follow in the footsteps of inventors like Alexander Bell and set new standards of solutions in the world of data integration

Andile Khumalo
June 28, 2022
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