Business VoIP Provider Nextiva Receives Prestigious Polycom Choice Partner Platinum Status
Along with its strong presence in key industry events involving small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), business VoIP provider Nextiva was recently highlighted as the Platinum Level Choice Partner by Polycom, Inc., a company deeply rooted within the unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) space.
Highlighted and ultimately selected for its unparalleled level of expertise, experience and performance, Polycom firmly believes that its customers can benefit significantly when leveraging solutions from the Arizona-based business VoIP provider that will enable them to meet customers’ demands nowadays as well as those in the not so distant future. The Polycom Choice Partner program was developed with the goal of rewarding companies within the unified communications industry who go above and beyond expectations to serve a wide customer base. Platinum status is only given to organizations that show measurable success in addition to continuously build upon a high level of credibility in the market.
“We applaud Nextiva’s rapid expansion and commitment to best-in-class customer service,” said Gary Testa, Polycom vice president of Global Service Providers, in a statement. “Nextiva has achieved Platinum status in less than a year, a testament to the company’s commitment to delivering UC&C solutions that power greater productivity and increase engagement.”
When a consumer teams with either Polycom or Nextiva, they can rest assured that all of their individual needs for varied UC&C project needs will be met which in turn enables them to focus on core business operations rather than managing and maintaining their VoIP phone systems. While Polycom powers a robust portfolio that encompasses open, standards-based HD telepresence and video and voice solutions via the Polycom RealPresence Platform, business VoIP provider Nextiva is touted as offering customers not only next-generation technology but amazing service as well.
“We are honored to be recognized as a Polycom Platinum Partner and to achieve this status so quickly since the launch of our NextOS communications platform,” Nextiva Chief Information Officer, Joshua Lesavoy added. “We wouldn’t have been able to achieve this level of sales without Polycom as our partner, and we appreciate their support that enables us to provide the Amazing Service that our customers demand. We hope to maintain our Platinum status for many years to come!”
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Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli