Nextiva has Won "Product of the Year" for the third year in a row from INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
Nextiva, which offers communication solutions for small to medium-sized businesses, including VoIP, online fax, SIP trunking, and other services, received “Product of the Year” for their Nextiva Office business VoIP phone service.
“I am pleased to announce Nextiva as a ‘Product of the Year’ award winner. The editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY have verified that their Office VoIP business phone system displays quality and innovation plus provides real needs in the marketplace,” said Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO of Technology Marketing Corporation, in a statement.
“I would like to congratulate Nextiva for its commitment to advancing IP communication technologies,” said Tehrani.
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Nextiva’s CEO Thomas Gorny said he is thrilled to receive such prestigious recognition.“Our Nextiva Office business VoIP phone service has revolutionized the way small businesses communicate,” Gorny said.
“We are honored to have received ‘Product of the Year’ for three years in a row,” he said.
The “Product of the Year” award is intended to recognize outstanding innovation in the business communications industry.
Nextiva, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is a provider of business VoIP communication solutions. Nextiva’s goal is to transform the way small businesses communicate.
Back in November, Nextiva had announced that it now offers and supports Cisco’s (News - Alert) latest line of business VoIP phones. The Cisco SPA 300 and 500 series IP phones are powerful and affordable VoIP phones that offer many great benefits.
Each phone in the 300 and 500 series by Cisco includes state-of-the-art features, Cisco’s impressive hardware reliability, and low pricing.
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Edited by Chris DiMarco