IT solutions company Exceeders announces communication regulation app

Dubbed iDenedi, the app allows users to gain full control of their communications.

The app is reported not just to facilitate connections, but also to offer users the ability to specify when and how others can connect with them through a simple status update identifying which communication method they prefer. [representational image]
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The app is reported not just to facilitate connections, but also to offer users the ability to specify when and how others can connect with them through a simple status update identifying which communication method they prefer. [representational image]

Exceeders, an IT solutions provider, announced the launch of iDenedi, a free communication regulation app that allows users to gain full control of communications. The app is reported not just to facilitate connections, but also to offer users the ability to specify when and how others can connect with them through a simple status update identifying which communication method they prefer.

iDenedi is also said to offer complete data ownership—its terms and conditions state that the user will fully own their data, with any future app that authenticates using iDenedi required to accept the conditions.

Exceeders' founder and general manager Ahmad Chayati was quoted in a statement as follows: "In line with market demands, we have created this new range of software solutions tailored to the needs of the market. The iDenedi communication regulation app is one step in this direction.”

He added, “This is revolutionary in more ways than one. What we are talking about are two different aspects— regulating communication and data ownership. We hope that with the iDenedi App, we could help cut down on the constant disruptions to anyone’s work and life and be more productive at work and at home.”

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