yes, dgage is correct.
myServer and CQC are similar solutions that compete with each other. No need to have both.
You might also read about Homeseer. A third good example of similar. All three are probably the most powerful automation controllers on the market, at any price. Certainly there are pros and cons comparing one to the other.
If the automation software has a RadioRa driver, and allows for multiple instances or multiple Ra hub connections, then the software can bridge between the user interface, the macros, the event triggers to the multiple Ra hubs. Then, each Ra hub sends "private" commands to each RadioRa device that it is enrolled to (paired with).
For ksalno's use case, the automation software also helps bridge multiple inputs to multiple outputs. IR, Serial, TCP are examples of communication mechanisms that can be an Input or as an Output.
So, myServer (for example) can "Hear" an IR remote button push, and then myServer can run a rule that says "when I hear IR Button X get pushed, I should tell the RadioRa light in the theater room to turn off by sending a IP message to RadioRa hub #2
." and "warm the projector up by sending a On command via serial port #3
. And Turn on the AV Receiver by sending an IP command to IP address .123". Etc.