Published in CePro Magazine
“Necessity is the mother of invention” could not be a more perfect idiom to describe the genesis of Bryan Jefferson’s two St. Louis-area technology companies: The SOHO Shop, a full-service residential and light commercial systems integration firm, and SmartCare, a new concept in health tech designed to help caregivers remotely monitor “at risk” seniors.
Prior to 2006, Jefferson had already attained phenomenal success in the world of IT communications. He distinguished himself by creating analytics to maximize revenues on payphones. After a series of large communications projects with International Network Services, Wynn, Lucent and Avaya, Jefferson’s work began to demand more international travel.