Virtual PBX Provider Nextiva Ranks on Esteemed "Best Places to Work" in Phoenix List
2011 was a great year for Nextiva, as the virtual PBX provider has been placed on the Phoenix Business Journal’s "Best Places to Work" list. This recognition is an approval that validates the emphasis the company places on employee satisfaction, according to Nextiva officials.
In addition to virtual PBX, Nextiva also provides business VoIP services to small and medium-sized businesses.
"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.”
Nextiva’s virtual PBX allows businesses to save significantly on communications costs, through providing unlimited local and long distance calling, all without the cost of switching their existing PBX equipment, yielding a maximum return on investment.
The Connect Virtual PBX system from Nextiva enables businesses to route their calls to anywhere they are located, at anytime, so there will never be a time where a call is missed. The online control panel is simple to use and allows users to set up directories and create virtual mail boxes.
The company’s virtual PBX and business VoIP services are designed to meet the growing needs of today's small business.
The Phoenix Business Journal publishes the “Best Places to Work” list annually. Winners are determined by statistical analysis that includes in-depth surveys carried out in a confidential manner. The company has partnered with Quantum Workplace to confidentially survey employees about benefits, culture, communication, policies, and the mission of each company.
Earlier this year, virtual-pbx reported that Nextiva had won the Product of the Year award from Internet Telephony Magazine for the third year in a row.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein