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Versit

A joint venture of Apple, AT&T, IBM and Siemens that promoted interoperability between existing and emerging telephony and data communications standards. Launched in 1994, the primary contribution of this group, which later disbanded, was the vCard and vCalendar formats, which were turned over to the Internet Mail Consortium at the end of 1996 (www.imc.org).
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The Versit Consortium supports the initiatives of the calendaring vendor community and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to define open, calendaring and scheduling standards" states Al Rosen, Versit PDI Managing Director.
Some of the topics to be covered this year in In-Stat's Communications Telephony Service include: Desktop CTI, Voice Messaging, Interactive Voice Response (IVR), Unified Messaging, International opportunities for CTI and Voice Processing, and Analysis of emerging international standards from such standards bodies as Enterprise Communications Telephony Forum (ECTF) and the AT&T led Versit consortium.