Phoenix, Arizona-based Nextiva provides businesses of all types with a phone solution that can handle growth and that offers the features enterprise users need.
With Nextiva Connect 360 hosted business VoIP service, not only do customers have a lot more options, but businesses will have the tools they need to appear “larger” and more professional, without all the costs.
To honor the offering’s “vision, leadership and thoroughness,” it has been awarded a “2009 Product of the Year” by TMC’s (News
) INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
'After receiving hundreds of applications again this year, judging the products was difficult but I am confident that the selected winners are dedicated to quality and the growth of the IP communications industry. These winners deserve this award and I look forward to seeing more inventive solutions from them as they contribute further to the VoIP and IP communications industry,” said Erik Linask (News
), TMC group editorial director.
“This prestigious award reflects the commitment and hard work everyone at Nextiva has made. We are dedicated to delivering high quality business communication services and ultimately making it easier for small businesses to get advantages that, until now, only large enterprise corporations can afford,” said Tracy Conrad, president of Nextiva. “This is an excellent way to start 2010.”
Starting at just around $20 a month, Nextiva’s Connect 360 includes IVR, voicemail, dial-by-name, call transfer, find me/ follow me, and a host of other features that larger businesses were once only able to afford.
“We are proud to acknowledge the winning companies,” greatest achievements in advancing VoIP and IP communication technologies for 2009,” said Rich Tehrani
, CEO of TMC. “These companies have shown us their devotion to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace.”
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering voice and Voice over IP technologies. She also oversees production of TMCnet's e-Newsletters in the areas of Internet telephony and speech technology. To read more of Stefania's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi