The Vision of the Integrated Enterprise
Issue 2, 1991

The time is the mid-1990s. After a long business dinner with your field service managers, you are crawling down the interstate highway (traffic hasn't improved over the past five years!). Your car phone rings and its display shows that one of your company's most important customers in Japan is on the line. Your office communications system has prescreened the call, found it to be one you are willing to accept at any time, and automatically forwarded it to your car phone.