Service Provider Looks to Validate Wireless Demand

SAN MATEO (05/16/2000) - In an effort to prove demand for its wireless services in enterprise environments, enhanced service provider Call Sciences Inc. today plans to roll out the second phase of its wireless initiative to bring unified communications management services to enterprises. The initiative is an attempt to attract wireless carriers for its enhanced telecommunications services.

Call Sciences said its goal is to establish 10 enterprise accounts this year with its Personal Assistant unified communications management services for remote and mobile workers. The company said it is targeting large Fortune 1000 companies with large numbers of mobile employees that depend on wireless services for productivity.

Call Sciences' services include unified messaging and wireless single number services, which allows wireless carriers to offer one local number that can be used in place of previous wireless, wire line, and fax numbers, according to the company. The company said it has established throughout the United States 12 service bureau nodes, which allows wireless carriers to offer enhanced services, such as wireless unified messaging, quickly, economically, and reliably.

Call Sciences said it has secured the first two contracts of its initiative with StorageTek and Labvantage Solutions.

Call Sciences Inc., in Edison, New Jersey, is at

Cathleen Moore is an InfoWorld reporter.

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