Based in Arizona, Nextiva, a provider of cloud-based business VoIP services, helps small businesses gain access to the same communications capabilities once only available to large enterprises. Offering a comprehensive range of business phone services including a complete hosted phone system and VoIP phones, powerful hosted PBX (News - Alert) features, auto attendant, voicemail to email, emergency 911 and online faxing, this company is also touted as providing its customers with an ultra high level of service.
Being recognized for its amazing service as well as other capabilities, the company recently won the prestigious Best Business VoIP Provider award from Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC (News - Alert)), an integrated global media company.
This is the second consecutive year the business VoIP provider has won this award, highlighting the fact that it is doing many things right to enable its customers to succeed now and in the long term.
"We are honored to have received the 'Product of the Year' award again this year," said Yaniv Masjedi, VP at Nextiva, in a statement. "We're thrilled that our Nextiva Office business VoIP phone service is recognized as an innovative, quality product. It shows our customers that they are our first priority and that our commitment to advancing unified communication technology and services is as strong as our desire to help them simplify and grow their businesses."
The Product of the Year Award honors companies whose products or services have gone the extra mile to help improve unified communications solutions for both the customer experience and the ROI for the companies that use them, according to Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO of TMC.
Nextiva expanded significantly in 2011, increasing its business VoIP communication clients by a staggering 104 percent. The company’s revenue and number of employees also doubled in size over the 12-month period. These figures, according to company officials, can be mainly attributed to the success of Nextiva’s extremely awesome customer experience.
Edited by Jamie Epstein