BlueNote began in true Texas tradition: as a napkin sketch over lunch at a Tex-Mex restaurant in early 2004.
The problem was struck between two old-style intra-office communication systems: although consultants for an office remodeling were recommending earbuds and walkie-talkies, the dentist wasn’t keen on the idea. A $10,000 price tag and commitment to installed light panels didn’t go over well either.
So a conversation sprouted between the engineers who had installed the new phones in this practice: could we build a system that blended the best of radios and light panels?
A few months later, BlueNote Communicator debuted at the Southwest Dental Conference as a prototype, and dentists were already lining up with feature suggestions. The designers listened to these ideas and delivered a software program that was personalized for the way that dental practices really work.
Today we are a small indie software developer located in Keller, Texas. Our focus is on innovative intra-office communications products for dental and medical offices. And we still look to our users for ways to improve their software, ways to make it work better for themselves and ultimately for all our clients.