Mr. Voice Mail

Beck, Bill
February 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Feb99, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p6
Features Scott Jones, a computer science graduate from Indiana University and a co-founder of Escient LLC. Career history; Previous role as founder of Boston Technology; Video and audio technologies developed by Escient for the home entertainment market; Company's marketing strategy.


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