Mr. Meredith has significant Internet, financial services and telecommunications experience. He started his computer career with Digital Equipment Corporation when the first 32-bit architecture was introduced. He was one of the original team of the first Apple clone manufacturer, Franklin Computers, managing 11 Western states and over 800 retailers. He was the Federal Systems Director for Lisp Machine, a leading artificial intelligence company.
Mr. Meredith was the founder of VoxLink and led the company to become the leading innovator of voice mail and e-mail integration. He founded one of the first game companies on the Internet, Internet Gaming; responsible for processing the first significant volume of credit cards internationally on the Internet. Mr. Meredith has years of experience consulting to the financial services industry, primarily in automation of mortgage and credit/debit card processing.
Mr. Meredith is a graduate of the Harvard Business School specializing in Entrepreneurial studies and the Stanford University School of Engineering where he graduated in three years on Academic Scholarship. He has a working knowledge of French and Spanish.