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The VoiceNation StoryVoiceNation can trace its roots, and its technology, back to the earliest days of voicemail development. While head of voicemail development for ITT (Cortelco division), VoiceNation founder Jay Reeder had the opportunity to create a test lab to test all the latest voicemail technologies and validate what worked—and what didn't. Jay used his research to develop truly revolutionary voicemail systems with scalability that is unmatched even today.
Jay founded his first company, Revox, in 1994. Jay's first independent proprietary voicemail product was known as Simplicity. He founded a second business, Atlanta Voicemail, to function as a test bed to continue to develop and market new voicemail products. Both of these companies successfully brought to market new features and functionality that were previously unseen in the industry. Due to the reliability of these platforms, telephone company equipment manufacturers, such as DTI and Coppercom, began to private label Jay Reeder's voicemail solutions and market them to carriers throughout the US.
During 2000-2001, Jay began to see real promise in outsourced telecommunication services and felt that a hosted solution was the best way to deploy this technology. He founded his own service bureau, VoicePlus, in 2002 to offer full-featured corporate PBX and voicemail systems through a hosted platform. The product offerings of VoicePlus delivered big business phone systems to small business and provided robust disaster recovery capabilities. The VoicePlus concept was so successful that the company was fielding over 100 inquiries a day almost from its inception.
VoicePlus evolved into the current concept of VoiceNation. VoiceNation was officially launched in 2003 by Jay Reeder and Graham Taylor. The result of all these years of development is that VoiceNation's offerings are uniquely robust and scalable, and offer features and benefits previously not affordable for small-to-medium businesses. Since the team at VoiceNation are the architects of their own technology, they can adapt their capabilities to mimic any features and functionality that might be requested from their customers, partners, or resellers. It is this dynamic approach that keeps VoiceNation as a company of firsts and maintains their stand-alone position in the telecommunications industry.
VoiceNation's Clients Include:
- Time Warner Cable
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Dell Computers
- Wharton School of Business
- Caldwell Banker
- JP Morgan
- ABC News
- Dyn McDermott
- Clear Channel
- The Book Bank Foundation
- The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)