Ron Goldman is the founder and President of Min-U-Script. LLC. The original entity was founded in 1988 as a litigation support product development and consulting company. Min-U-Script was originally conceived, developed and distributed to the court reporting market in 1989 and twenty-one years later is still in existence.
Ron also was the founder and President of VideoTeleCon, Inc. from 1997 through 2005. Although a separate entity from Min-U-Script, VTC distributed video conferencing systems and services to over 250 court reporting firms under the i2i Legal Network tradename. VTC merged with Courtroom Connect at the end of 2005 and today Ron remains the Senior Vice President of the combined entity.
Prior to founding Min-U-Script and VTC, for sixteen years, Ron held positions in sales, sales management with 3M Company and was Vice President of Marketing for Avnet, Inc.
Ron brings over 37 years of experience in product development and sales experience to the company and court reporting marketplace.
Mitchell Goldstein has extensive eduction in computer sciences with a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Florida Sate University and over 20 years of experience in software development. As the son of Bernie Goldstein, co-founder of Knipes-Cohen of Florida, Mitchell spent much of his teen and adult years technically assisting his family's court reporting business as well as custom designing programs for other court reporting firms.
As an entrepreneur, his business and extensive technical expertise led him to launch and grow several successful software businesses focused on database applications and desktop publishing.
Mitchell is a partner in Min-U-Script, LLC and is responsible for all product development and technical support.