C. M.
October 2007
Red Herring;10/7/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 29, p62
Trade Publication
The article features the communications company Jaduka of Dallas, Texas. Its chief executive officer (CEO) is Jack Rynes. Jaduka creates voice applications for the Web, so a company can trigger sales calls to customers surfing its site, or a dispatcher can call a held technician using a web-based application. Jaduka streamlines the integration of Internet Protocol (IP) and a telephone network so that caller and receiver can look at the same site while they talk, making solving a customer's complaint much easier.


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