Nextiva, a provider of business VoIP systems, was recently named the 2011 Best VoIP Provider by BestVoIPServiceProvider.com.
When closely analyzing the potential winner for this award, the website looked at multiple aspects of the business VoIP systems provider including its brand reputation, monthly service price, reliability of service, clarity of phone calls, customer service and response times and how easy their management system is to use.
Nextiva is the first business VoIP provider to win this award. The Best VoIP Provider from BestVoIPServiceProvider.com award is a new addition this year.“Nextiva outperformed all VoIP providers and exceeded all of our standards,” said Elliot Watson, editor of BestVoIPServiceProvider.com, in a statement.
Nextiva’s complete business VoIP system provides small businesses with the features of large companies at a small business price.
BestVoIPServiceProvider.com applauds both the leadership and staff of Nextiva for their hardwork that led them to receive this honor. This award demonstrates the business VoIP provider’s strong commitment to its customers and its commitment to provide an overall great business VoIP service.
In related news, Nextiva recently won the 2010 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award from Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC (News - Alert)), an integrated global media company. This award recognizes the vision, leadership, and thoroughness of the products and services introduced in the market from March 2010 through March 2011.
The award specifically highlighted Nextiva Office which is a complete, cloud-based business VoIP phone system from Nextiva. It combines hosted PBX (News - Alert) technology with online fax functionality, unlimited calling and the company’s amazing service.
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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jamie Epstein