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About Jay ReederWith over 16 years in telecommunications, Jay Reeder built his career from the ground up. Literally crafting voicemail systems since high school, Mr. Reeder started working with voicemail technology as a summer job with SDI in 1990. Within the first year, he had completely rewritten the company's voicemail software platform. At 20 years old, Jay Reeder was head of voicemail development for ITT (Cortelco division). From there, Mr. Reeder founded his first company, Revox, in 1994. This was followed by Atlanta Voicemail, VoicePlus, and ultimately VoiceNation in 2003.
Jay Reeder currently serves as President of VoiceNation, guiding this firm as it continues its steady growth and continually building its market leading position.
About Graham TaylorRaised in a small fishing village on the shores of Loch Fyne on the West coast of Scotland and educated in Glasgow, Graham Taylor has 25 years of computer systems and networking experience. Early in his career, Taylor worked on the financial details of the buyout of World Publishing, then the largest U.S. publisher, to make Collins Publishing the largest book publisher worldwide. The company is now known as HarperCollins Publishing Ltd. Recognizing the power computers would have in business, Taylor joined Cameron Communications as a systems analyst after obtaining a certificate in programming. He helped create one of the world's first multimedia experiences by marrying IBM Corp.'s first personal computer with videodisc machines and a touch screen, and installing them in 3,000 of IBM's retail centers in Europe. Taylor then moved into computer networking implementations with Clydeforth Ltd. of Glasgow. He spent 10 years setting up large networks for retailers throughout Europe, and moving up the executive ranks.
Taylor landed in the U.S. in 1999 and became operations manager for Atlanta Voice Mail, where he doubled revenues within his first year and met up with Jay Reeder. Together they launched Voiceplus and in 2003, VoiceNation.
As vice president of operations for VoiceNation, Taylor is responsible for the company's high level of customer care. He also guides new product positioning for the fast-growing company. "We're really selling solutions and getting a great reputation as problem solvers," said Taylor. "We're incredibly light on our feet and can change our tactics instantly to develop new products. No other company does their own development in house or can develop new solutions in just a couple of days."
When not solving problems for customers or dreaming up new products, Taylor can be found expanding his artistic talents. He has a bachelor's degree in photography from Glasgow College, and is a classically trained baritone who occasionally can be found playing the guitar in Atlanta pubs. Otherwise, one can find the Le Cordon Bleu trained chef whipping up a hearty meal in his kitchen. Taylor is married and has an adult son.