Broadview Talks Business Strategy at ITEXPO East
Broadview networks offers business VoIP and hosted phone services to corporations that need reliable and flexible communications solutions. By focusing on new technologies and bringing the development of phone systems in-house the company has become a leader in enterprise level phone system deployment.
“A lot of the companies that have been doing hosted IP Phones systems, have used systems provided by other vendors, while we initially did that with a company called natural convergence, after being very successful with the product we decided it was worth buying natural convergence so we in fact own our own cod. Unlike other providers we’re not dependant on a vendor to do the development for the system around their priorities versus ours and that has been a powerful advantage we have in the market place,” said Jeff Blackey.
The flexibility of having in house developers has allowed Broadview networks to offer an easy to use and easy to manage IP phone system that has become the company’s flagship product. Broadview Networks (News - Alert) was at this year’s ITEXPO East 2011 to showcase the product.
Aside from the hosted IP phones, Broadview is still offering traditional telecom products, dynamic IP and data delivery. Broadview Targets SMBs but considering its size and increasing presence in the sphere, it’s not surprising that they have worked with enterprise level companies in the past.
The company received confirmation of their phenomenal growth in 2010 recently, when they made Crain New York Business’ annual ranking for the largest privately held companies in the New York area.
Chris DiMarco is a Web Editor for TMCnet. He holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University. Prior to joining TMC (News - Alert) Chris worked with e-commerce provider Suresource as a contact center representative and development analyst. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Janice McDuffee