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Nextiva Hails Interoperability of Virtual PBX Solutions

February 09, 2009

By Michelle Robart - Virtual PBX Editor

Nextiva, a provider of communication services for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has helped thousands of companies run professional phones systems affordably with its suite of virtual PBX solutions.

Because virtual PBX solutions require no extra hardware and little training, they have lower startup costs for businesses.
Virtual PBX solutions also provide a more streamlined infrastructure, lower operating costs, simplified equipment and maintenance and unified communications. With Nextiva virtual PBX solutions, businesses can also improve their scalability and growth and enhance their business operations.
In addition, thanks to increasing competition in the small business market, deploying a virtual PBX system has become more affordable.
Nextiva’s VoIP solutions are hosted, meaning all of the software is located on secure servers at Nextiva datacenters. The control panel for a phone system is accessible from any computer that has Internet access.
With just a few clicks, users can switch extensions, forward calls, and set up voicemail. Moreover, if a business changes offices, there is no PBX equipment to move, no phone numbers to change and no downtime for the network.
Another major benefit of Nextiva's virtual PBX solutions is that they work great with major phones by Polycom and Linksys.
With virtual PBX solutions from Nextiva, businesses no longer have to worry about dealing with different companies for their PBX, their local phone service, and their long distance calling. Nextiva can even provide the phones.
Businesses get just one simple invoice, and all of their customer support is handled by Nextiva. This saves time and increases productivity. With Nextiva virtual PBX services, businesses will get exactly what they pay for and much more.
Nextiva has been recognized on numerous occasions for providing superior customer service and affordable solutions. Some of these awards include the 2008 Editors’ Choice award for its business VoIP solutions by, Best Choice Business Phone, Best Business VoIP provider, 2008 Preferred Business VoIP Provider, and INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine’s 2008 Product of the Year Award.

Michelle Robart is a contributing editor for virtual-pbx. To read more of Michelle's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Michelle Robart

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