Nextiva Office has launched a new micro-site for their IP-based fax service and is rebranding its flagship product.
"Company executives say the newly christened offering will have a more familiar ring to potential customers," according to industry observer Adam Stone, who notes that the new offering, Nextiva Office, "bundles together Nextiva vFax with the company's virtual PBX (News - Alert), in a service that includes such tools as voicemail-to-e-mail, auto-attendant, advanced call routing, and on-hold music."
Last month, TMC's (News - Alert) Susan J. Campbell reported that Nextiva announced a complimentary voice greeting to business subscribers of the Nextiva Office and Connect Virtual PBX services.
"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, Campbell wrote. "This helps to create a better perception among customers, keep costs low and enhance communications capabilities."
Nextiva Office is a full-featured business phone system that offers unlimited calling and now offers complimentary voice recording. Company officials say it's designed to be an "affordable alternative to expensive business phone service providers."
The Nextiva Office VoIP business phone system "has all the features you are accustomed to, and adds many great features that help any business grow, all for hundreds or even thousands less per year than your old phone company," company officials say.
The system includes options for users to choose a Toll Free number or a local number in their area - "add additional numbers to give multi-city appearance, or combine a toll free and local number." It also lets users customize their greeting and access to voicemail messages from a computer, office phone, email, or any phone known as "remote access."
The voicemail to e-mail "mails your voicemail directly to your e-mail inbox with the ability to manage those messages from there by listening, deleting, and forwarding your voicemails, as well as a few other feature options," Nextiva officials say.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi