In a bid to provide small businesses with the benefits of VoIP, a Phoenix, Arizona-based company offers hosted VoIP at a much more affordable cost than on-premise solutions.
Officials with Nextiva say their Connect360 virtual PBX (News
) solution, not only offers advanced features and flexibility, but also makes it possible for businesses of any size or budget to benefit from VoIP.
During a recent TMCnet podcast
, Nextiva’s Yaniv Masjedi commented on the importance of reliability and the specific features included with Connect360.
Masjedi noted that phones are an integral part of businesses today and that, “no business can afford to have low quality phone service.”
As a result, Masjedi said Nextiva is “big on making sure that not only all calls connect, but also that they sound as if you’re speaking to the other person face-to-face.”
“We aim for perfect up-time,” Masjedi said. “Our network is monitored around-the-clock and outside of having our own network mirrored at our primary data center, we have multiple redundant data center facilities throughout the country.”
The company’s focus on their network and ability to deliver crystal clear phone quality is, “a crucial part of what differentiates Nextiva from other VoIP and Virtual PBX service providers,” Masjedi said.
Commenting on what Nextiva’s Connect360 Virtual PBX solution has to offer, Masjedi also said that in addition to small business owners, the company also empowers entrepreneurs by providing them with unmatched communications solutions coupled with amazing support.
“With our Connect360 plan,” Masjedi said, “businesses get a local or toll free number , Internet fax, unlimited calling, and powerful virtual PBX features like an auto attendant, hunt groups call forwarding, music on hold, visual voice mail and more, for one flat monthly rate.”
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