While development still remains predominantly on the high end, we soon introduced a smaller SpydurByte, and then a smaller still SpydurCore. Simultaneously, we released the SpydurUM to serve as a traditional voicemail system (in support of customers on older telephone systems) and provides protracted migration to current technology using the same software as the SpydurPBX (which is especially helpful for large organizations). Later years would see the release of the SpydurHospitality, and services both flagged and non-flagged properties as a complete telephone system.
The Spydur has proven to be a most remarkable platform from the very beginning, and has only grown in its reach and capabilities; further demonstrating amazing flexibility as a standalone application server (conferencing, fax server, voicemail, etc). During these years, Spydur Technologies has also served as a closed-beta and product development site for Aastra, Avaya, Mitel, and Panasonic telephones. We also wrote the Mitel Dealer Builder Program (MDBP) to help Mitel dealers survive the changing communications environment where full-interoperability, mobility, and functionality are paramount.