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Wayne Parrack

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Technology Officer

WireComm Corporation


Technology Executive

Los Angeles Times


Web References(9 Total References)


Gradual Software Announces Cooperation with WireComm Corporation

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Wayne Parrack, CTO of WireComm Corporation, says: "We have always delivered products that benefit publishers by quickly supplying information where it is needed.


Site contacts

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Wayne Parrack


The Cole Papers, Picks-35-50, May 2003

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48. Wirecomm Corp.: Founded by former Los Angeles Times technology executive Wayne Parrack, Wirecomm and its predecessor companies have provided Los Angeles' City News Service Inc. with a reliable wire service distribution system for decades.
Now the company is expanding into providing a variety of products and this is its first NEXPO. Wirecomm will be showing its Remote Newsroom (a basic editorial workflow system that expedites filing back to the home office), IIMs (the company's take on instant messaging, its interface will be familiar to those who have worked on traditional editorial front-end systems), NetD (a network-based directory system that can ease access to wire service directories) and its traditional WireCap product (which allows a personal computer to capture wire service transmissions). Conflict-of-interest alert: During WireComm's startup phase, Parrack hired me to give him some advice; I told him to spend his retirement doing something besides be an industry supplier. He ignored me. (805) 924-1030, e-mail: aparrack@wirecommcorp.com.


The Cole Papers, Picks-35-50, May 2003

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48. Wirecomm Corp.: Founded by former Los Angeles Times technology executive Wayne Parrack, Wirecomm and its predecessor companies have provided Los Angeles' City News Service Inc. with a reliable wire service distribution system for decades.Now the company is expanding into providing a variety of products and this is its first NEXPO.Wirecomm will be showing its Remote Newsroom (a basic editorial workflow system that expedites filing back to the home office), IIMs (the company's take on instant messaging, its interface will be familiar to those who have worked on traditional editorial front-end systems), NetD (a network-based directory system that can ease access to wire service directories) and its traditional WireCap product (which allows a personal computer to capture wire service transmissions).Conflict-of-interest alert: During WireComm's startup phase, Parrack hired me to give him some advice; I told him to spend his retirement doing something besides be an industry supplier.He ignored me. (805) 924-1030, e-mail: aparrack@wirecommcorp.com.


The Cole Papers, December 2000

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Following one meeting of the news media and the state programmers in Sacramento, Wayne Parrack of the Los Angeles Times (who recently retired -- see Hellbox) and I were sitting in a pub across the street from the Secretary of State's office.Out the window, we watched in awe as the sole programmer for this project got onto a motorcycle and roared away."My ability to print election returns is dependent upon that guy not getting hit by a car," said Parrack.We advocated that the programmer get other transportation, but he demurred (he also didn't get hit).


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