Founded in 1987 by Howard Gutzmer, KONEXX has developed a complete line of computer-telephone interface devices. Konexx products support the unique needs of the Desktop, notebook, laptop, and handheld computer user as well as users of fax/modems, Cordless Phones, and conference units.
Mr. Gutzmer founded KONEXX on the principle that simple products that offer a solution are successful. His company is now marketing its sixth generation of products and experiencing rapid growth. KONEXX is continually expanding its operation and has been ranked among Deloitte & Touche’s Fast 50 growth companies in San Diego and Orange County.
KONEXX products have earned numerous accolades from the media. Windows Magazine included KONEXX’s Mobile Konnector in its “Win 100,” and Computer Telephony selected the KONEXX DWIatt2 as its “Editor’s Choice” award. CTI named both the KONEXX DWIatt2 and the DWInt its “Product of the Year,” and Teleconnect labeled several KONEXX products with its “Editor’s Choice” ranking.
The KONEXX commitment to research is reflected in the excellence and breadth of its product line. Current products consist of a full line of modem to office telephone system interfaces addressing several market segments.
Konexx is committed to satisfying customers' needs to connect computers, conference units and other analog devices to the telephone system in an office or field environment, employing the most cost-effective technology available.
KONEXX products and accessories are designed to enhance the productivity and meet the specialized communication needs of corporate mobile computing professionals in both field and office environments.
KONEXX promotes customer satisfaction through uncompromising product reliability and support. The company listens to its customers to meet their needs in the development of new products and technologies.
KONEXX meets the mobile computing demands of a wide range of domestic and international customers including:
Fortune 1000 field professionals
Big Five and other accounting firms
Major banks and financial institutions
Government bureaus (Federal, state and local)