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Ivytalk, helping businesses to communicate with employees and customers
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Mary Jesse, the founder and CEO of Ivycorp, headquartered in Redmond WA makers of Ivytalk that provides messaging services to businesses to help them communicate with employees and customers using the web, email, SMS/texing, mobile apps and social media joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Mary Jesse discuss the following:
- What is Ivytalk?
- Who is your typical Ivytalk user?
- Why would one need Ivytalk or need this service?
- Why is Ivytalk different?
- Can you tell me about the company behind Ivytalk?
Mary Jesse is a wireless industry expert with more than 25 years of experience developing cutting edge wireless solutions in roles such as Vice President of Strategic Technology for McCaw Cellular Communications, Vice President of Technology Development for AT&T Wireless and Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of RadioFrame Networks. She is currently Founder and CEO of Ivycorp, developers and operators of Ivytalk, the world’s most powerful enterprise cloud messaging solution. Ms. Jesse designed and led deployment of the first large scale wireless cellular data systems, led the first implementation of wireless Internet communications over cellular, and has led development teams in the design, launch and operation of numerous systems and products.
Ms. Jesse is a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer, holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in electrical engineering and has authored more than a dozen patents. She frequently speaks on mobile, technology, business and entrepreneurship. In addition to volunteering her time to support STEM education and mentor girls and women in business, she currently serves on the board of the Northwest Entrepreneur Network and the advisory board of the University of Washington, Bothell school of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
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