Business VoIP Provider Warms Our Hearts as Temperature Dips Outside
Being that business VoIP provider Nextiva is based in Arizona; I am assuming that the weather there is nothing like it is here on the East Coast, with temperatures continuing to decline by the day. Yet, in an attempt to keep entrepreneurs newly opened businesses as hot as Arizona’s climate is typically, the company recently participated in the 2012 Business Growth Conference & Expo.
Hosted by the Phoenix Business Journal and held at the Phoenix Convention Center on Friday, November 9th, this not-to-miss event was created to bring together an array of business professionals from all industries acting as a forum where they could discuss and collaborate on new ideas. There were multiple panels throughout the conference that highlighted key topics including business growth, social media, branding, and business planning, in addition to a trade show where visitors learned from intuitive and highly successful companies such as Nextiva.
According to Yaniv Masjedi, vice president of Customer Success, Nextiva, “We admire the drive and inspiration that these entrepreneurs bring to the events and love the opportunity to help them succeed. Our business VoIP products help both new and mature companies to save money and establish themselves competitively, so we want to make sure these SMBs are aware of our technology offering and what it can do for their companies.”
At the event, the business VoIP provider ran a booth in the exhibit hall where company officials were on hand to teach visitors in regards to the vast advantages that Voiceover Internet Protocol (VoIP) can bring to small to medium-sized businesses. While there were quite a few technology-centered companies there ranging from other telephone providers and online merchant processing services to cloud computing and online marketing consultants, a trend that was validated during the show was the sheer importance for SMBs to have an Internet presence in today’s digital world.
“It is crucial for SMBs to be competitive in their market, and VoIP allows them to do just that. Nextiva’s modern telephony service allows SMBs to save money with a flat monthly fee; increase productivity by managing incoming and outgoing calls through an online dashboard; and stay more mobile than ever before by seamlessly connect employees’ office phones to their cell phones and e-mail,” Masjedi added.
With no plans to slow down anytime soon, Nextiva will be attending the LA Startup Weekend in Santa Monica this upcoming weekend from November 16-18. The company is continuously on the hunt for vital events that are not only close in proximity to headquarters but also those that can be used as a platform to educate entrepreneurs and small businesses on the ways in which they can benefit from Nextiva VoIP.
Want to learn more about SIP Trunking and how to integrate it into your current UC strategy? Don’t miss the SIP Trunking- UC Seminars in South San Francisco on November 27, 2012.
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli