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April 13, 2010
Nextiva Offers Complimentary Voice Greeting for Virtual PBX
By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
 

Small business VoIP system provider, Nextiva has announced it is now offering a complimentary voice greeting to business subscribers of the Nextiva Office and Connect Virtual PBX (News - Alert) services.

This virtual phone solution is designed to deliver powerful PBX features, including auto-attendant, hunt groups, multiple extensions, voicemail and music on hold.

A Virtual PBX solution can deliver a number of benefits to the small business as those who subscribe are able to project a more professional image without the need or expense of an on-premise phone system or technician. This helps to create a better perception among customers, keep costs low and enhance communications capabilities.

'We are pleased to offer our users this valuable service at no additional cost,' said Yaniv Masjedi of Nextiva, in a statement. 'Our voice recording service will not only help businesses present a reputable and consistent image, it's also an effective marketing tool that every business should utilize.'

Nextiva designs every product and service to give small business owners advantages that were previously only available to large corporations. Nextiva Office is a full-featured business phone system that offers unlimited calling and now offers complimentary voice recording.

No matter what the size of the business, first impressions are key to long-term success. The method in which a business handles it incoming calls is often considered indicative of the type of service it delivers to all customers. An automated attendant message solution can provide a valuable addition to the communications of the business.

For those businesses who may not have made the switch to VoIP, making that change may seem daunting. Nextiva sharessome keen insight into why it is a good business decision: 

"Making the decision to migrate to VoIP allows small businesses to merge their most pertinent communications processes - e-mail, voice mail, fax, telephony, and conferencing -- into one complete and comprehensive platform," said Nextiva officials.

"Nearly all of the businesses currently operating on an IP telephony platform have reported a fiscal savings exceeding 60 percent on telecommunications services alone. Other areas of savings include travel, IT and consumable material."

Nextiva users receive one free recording with every VoIP phone system and small businesses can begin using the phone serve as well as arrange their free voice recording by clicking here.

In other Nextiva news, the company announced in February that Technology Marketing Corporation's (TMC (News - Alert)) INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine named Nextiva Business VoIP as a recipient of its 2009 Product of the Year Award. This is Nextiva's second year in a row of receiving the Product of the Year honor.

 


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


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