Simon Ginsberg

Mr. Ginsberg is the founder of User Centric Communications. He is responsible for the overall strategic focus of the Company as well as developing sales and joint venture opportunities. Mr. Ginsberg also manages the Company's sales force. Prior to starting the Company, Mr. Ginsberg performed investment banking services for his own company based in New York City. Clients included Arthur Anderson as well as several publicly traded companies and private equity firms.

Mr. Ginsberg worked at two law firms prior to founding UCC. Most recently, he was an attorney at O'Sullivan Graev & Karabell in New York City where he successfully closed private equity deals and acquisitions for web and technology based companies. Prior to joining O'Sullivan Graev & Karabell, Mr. Ginsberg practiced law with the New York firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan where he specialized in securities, acquisitions and public offerings.

Prior to law school, Mr. Ginsberg was an investment banking intern at Allen & Company in New York City where he was responsible for analyzing startup and follow-on financing deals.

Mr. Ginsberg graduated with "Distinction" from Emory Law School. Prior to Emory, Mr. Ginsberg attended Pomona College where he was a "Pomona College Scholar." During his college career, Mr. Ginsberg raced bicycles as a semi-professional in Europe and as a guest on the United States National Team.

Mr. Ginsberg attended the Bronx H.S. of Science where he spent most of his time racing bicycles and maintaining his floor waxing business at various local establishments on the Upper West Side.

Jodd Readick

Mr. Readick is chairman of the Company and provides strategic advice. He is responsible for all technical aspects of the business as well as overall business strategy and direction. He brings to the Company over two decades of experience in the telecommunications industry.

Mr. Readick first demonstrated his affinity for computers in 1973 while attending New York's Stuyvesant High School, where he designed and built the school's first computer terminal. It was during this time that Mr. Readick started his first business, selling surplus computer and telephone equipment.

While a senior in high school, Mr. Readick was approached by Interstate Collection Agency to recommend a system to automate their business. After an extensive review by Price Waterhouse's consulting division, Mr. Readick's proposal was accepted and he founded International Computer Collections, to build and sell "Collection-Plus", the industry's first paperless collection system, utilizing what is now known as expert system techniques which revolutionized the industry. ICC quickly expanded to include the sale of advanced computer and telephone systems as well as performing consulting services for clients such as NYNEX, Citicorp, AT&T, CompuServe and The Associated Press.

During this time Mr. Readick created the least cost routing system for NYNEX Mobil Communications which saved them an average of 6.4 cents per call. Moving on to Stony Brook University, majoring in Psychology with a minor in artificial intelligence, he worked part time for New York Telephone in their network operations group.

In 1985, Dupont recruited Mr. Readick to help start a new business unit, Information Engineering Associates (IEA). As one of three consultants he was responsible for strategic planning and marketing. By 1988, IEA had numerous clients and 125 employees.

Mr. Readick then founded Tek Two, focusing on advanced computer and communication integration in the design of high end telecom oriented systems. Among its accomplishments Tek Two produced:

1. The cash remittance system for Kinney Garages.
2. "Touch Tunes", the first music sampling system accessible through 800, 900 and local numbers.
3. "Airfare", the first touch-tone front-end to the Sabre Reservation system.
4. "Medical Dictation", the first totally digital telephone dictation and transcription system. In addition, Tek Two developed one of the first platforms for both pre-paid calling cards and international call back applications.

In 1993, Mr. Readick co-founded DMI Communication Group. The company became one of the first internationally authorized common carriers to specialize in the call arcade marketplace, backing this up with cutting edge billing, carrier reconciliation, and debit card commission tracking systems. He helped grow the company from nothing to over $8 million in sales over a 4 year period.

In 1996, Mr. Readick designed a state of the art call center for Wells Fargo Bank which, when implemented over the next several years, dramatically altered the customer's experience when communicating with the bank.

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