I'm delighted to be working at Jaduka. Their APIs and carrier-grade telco infrastructure, in my view, represent the defacto standard for integrating voice mash-ups and communications enabled business processes (CEBP) into enterprise applications.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 9, 2008
Jaduka has expanded its enterprise, voice and transaction services team with the appointment of telecommunications and Internet industry veteran Patrick Murphy as Vice President of Business Development.
Mr. Murphy has eighteen years of business development, sales, and management experience in the telecommunications and Internet industries. In 2007, he co-founded and served as chief operating officer at The Thomas Howe Company, the industry's first voice mash-up consultancy. At Thomas Howe, Murphy advised clients on the integration of real-time communications technologies into business processes. During his tenure, Thomas Howe was recognized as one of the most influential voices in the VoIP industry.
Jaduka President Jack Rynes said, "Jaduka technology innovation, network reliability and telecom experience are driving rapid adoption of our voice and transaction services. Patrick Murphy brings those same qualities - innovation, reliability and experience -- to our business development team. We're delighted to welcome him to Jaduka."
Jaduka Vice President of Business Development Patrick Murphy added, "I'm delighted to be working at Jaduka. Their APIs and carrier-grade telco infrastructure, in my view, represent the defacto standard for integrating voice mash-ups and communications enabled business processes (CEBP) into enterprise applications."
From 2002-2007, Murphy served as Director of Sales for Cape.Com Internet Services, a regional ISP and web development shop sold to Meganet Communications. From 1999-2002, he served Director of Sales for CommuniCom, an IT services and web development firm acquired by TTLC, Inc.
Mr. Murphy shares his expertise through blogs and speaks at industry events on topics including voice mash-ups, CEBP, and enterprise 2.0. He also serves on the Boards of several companies.
Murphy holds a B.S from Boston College and an M.S. from the University of Massachusetts (Boston).
For more information visit: http://www.Jaduka.com.
Jaduka enables its customers to harness communications and technologies that create more effective business operations. Through its developer-friendly, SOAP-based Web Services API, the company's award-winning technology allows applications to trigger individual or group telephone calls; provide automated alerts; manage surveys and other digital files; and administer account information and transaction history for a variety of applications. From automating customer communication to facilitating spontaneous employee collaboration to enabling near-field communications purchasing convenience, Jaduka is future-proofing its customers' business processes. For more information, visit http://www.jaduka.com.