Internet-based phones are one of the money-saving options promoted by Bruce Judson, the Internet entrepreneur and bestselling author who has recently launched “The Cost Savings Guy
.” This new service is designed to meet the needs of businesses and nonprofits as they face a challenging economy.
“In this tough environment, most businesses and nonprofits believe they have already cut costs to the bone,” said Judson, President of The Cost Savings Guy. “However, I consistently find that small business owners and nonprofit leaders are not aware of the high quality, lower cost Web-based services that are now available.”
Nextiva offers Business VoIP solutions that transform the way small businesses communicate. The company’s affordable hosted VoIP service, Connect360
, starts at just around $20 a month and includes IVR, voicemail, dial-by-name, call transfer, find me/ follow me, and a host of other advanced features.
Now, a recommendation by the Cost Savings Guy, Nextiva is bound to experience expanded opportunities. Customers are led to such recommendations through an innovative calculating Web application, CalcuSave! This application allows users to instantly estimate the savings they can realizing by switching to services such as the Nextiva Internet phone service.
“The Cost Savings Guy offers a number of unique benefits,” Judson said. “First, we do the research for users. We spent months analyzing services. Our selection criteria included service quality, pricing, reliability, and customer service. In addition, we recommend packages of services that are particularly valuable for specific activities, such as home offices, new businesses, small businesses, nonprofits, and virtual businesses.
In addition to recommending Nextiva, The Cost Savings Guy also recommends payroll management through SurePayroll
, bill payment with Bill.com
generic ink and toner, backup services, invoice management, virtual PBX’s (News
), toll free numbers, online faxing and a variety of Web collaboration and sharing services.
Last month, Nextiva announced the launch of a new virtual fax
service, “vFAX,” which makes it possible to send and receive faxes from anywhere an Internet connection is available.
Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi