SDForum Emerging Tech SIG Event:
Ribbit: Bringing Mobile Voice to Web Applications
Ribbit's co-founder and SVP, Crick Waters, will reveal the latest development and innovation emerging from the Ribbit platform, an open API for the integration of voice objects in Web applications.
Crick will spotlight breaking news about the platform, the release of Ribbit's new Salesforce application, and a preview of Amphibian, Ribbit's breakthrough consumer product. You wanna be there!
Crick is co-founder of Ribbit and serves as Vice President of Strategy and Business Development. Crick has delivered award winning results in roles as diverse as Sales, Engineering, Marketing, and R&D for companies from 5 to 50,000 employees.
At AT&T, Crick was responsible for product and business development for several consumer broadband products including voice over DSL, Wi-Fi Internet Access, Broadband over Power Line (BPL), AT&T CallVantage VoIP service, and the 115,000 household UTOPIA FTTH broadband VoIP and IPTV MetroNet service.
Previously, Crick was Director of Value Added Services at NorthPoint Communications where he led development and launch of one of the industry's first business voice over DSL services. Prior to joining NorthPoint, Crick was Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Applied Process Technology.
Prior to Applied, Crick held leadership positions at three separate divisions of International Paper in technology management, research and development, product development, and business segment management. Crick also devoted seven years to developing the U.S. Navy's nuclear reactor instrumentation and control technology for the United States' last fast attack submarine, the U.S.S. Seawolf.
Crick holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Duke University, an M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from Bettis Reactor Engineering School and an M.B.A. from Duke University.
Note location change for this meeting only!!!!
Free to SDForum members; $15.00 for non-members.
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Added by FullCalendar on April 1, 2008