In the third installment of my interview with The Indianapolis Business Journal, Mason King questioned me on what inspired my role in modern voice mail technology. I’m known by many locally in my home state of Indiana as ‘The Guy Who Invented Voice Mail,’ but this title isn’t truly correct. I was indeed not the first inventor of voice mail, but did develop the most widely adopted system in use today. In inventing, though being first has its advantages, it is not the most important factor for success. Check out my interview with IBJ on my role in voice mail and learn the true story.