Nextiva, a provider of cloud-based communications solutions including business VoIP, SIP trunking and PBX (News - Alert) has been recognized as one of the "Best Places to Work" in 2011 by the Phoenix Business Journal.
The award recognizes the efforts of the business VoIP provider as a top employer in Phoenix. Recently, Nextiva also won the Product of the Year award by Internet Telephony Magazine (News - Alert) for the third year in a row.
Being recognized on this prestigious list shows how Nextiva provides its employees with the best possible working environment, company officials said in a press release.
As a leading business VoIP phone system provider, Nextiva caters to thousands of small and medium- sized businesses in over 85 markets nationwide. Nextiva's business VoIP phone systems were designed from the ground up to fully support the growing needs of today's small business.
Before business VoIP was released on the market, businesses had to depend on expensive products and services from their local phone companies for their communication needs, however now through utilizing Nextiva's business VoIP phone systems, companies can significantly reduce costs.
According to the company website, business VoIP system powered by Nextiva turns “business telephone systems into a powerful competitive advantage that enables small business customers advantages previously only available to large enterprise companies.”
The Phoenix Business Journal publishes the “Best Places to Work” list annually and winners are determined by statistical analysis that includes in-depth surveys. The company has partnered with Quantum (News - Alert) Workplace to confidentially survey employees about benefits, culture, communication, policies, and the mission of each company.
"We are honored to be included on the Phoenix Business Journal's Best Places to Work List,” said Yaniv Masjedi of Nextiva, in a statement. “Our success at Nextiva is directly related to our dedicated employees and our commitment of delivering amazing service.”
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Edited by Jamie Epstein