) Corporation, a company that specializes in business phone system and VoIP PBX
solutions, recently took home a 2007 Product of the Year award from Customer Inter@ction Solutions Magazine
. The company was recognized for its nPBX Internet-based phone system.
Designed specifically for small businesses, nPBX is a complete PBX (News
) phone system that comes without
the high cost associated with traditional communications hardware. That’s because it is a hosted phone system businesses subscribe to rather than shelling out money up-front for expensive equipment that will become outdated.
Nuvio offers its nPBX Unlimited service plan—with unlimited local and long-distance calling—for only $44.99 per month. The company also provides affordable “add-on” features like virtual extensions and virtual numbers, which businesses can purchase on an as-needed basis rather than paying a lot for capabilities they don’t use.
Each year, the editors of Customer Inter@ction Solutions Magazine below Product of the Year awards on companies that display vision, leadership and attention-to-detail in the products and services they offer.
“Representing the best in the industry, companies earning the Product of the Year Award have demonstrated a commitment to quality and the further development of the call center and CRM industry through their contributions,” explained Customer Inter@ction Solutions editorial director Tracey Schelmetic, in a statement. “Winners are deserving of this great honor, and I look forward to seeing more ground-breaking solutions from them as they continue to contribute to the future of call center and CRM industry technologies.”
Nadji Tehrani, executive group publisher and editor-in-chief of Customer Inter@ction Solutions Magazine, added: “Nuvio has proven it is dedicated to quality and excellence in solutions that benefit the customer experience as well as ROI for the companies that use them. We’re proud to honor Nuvio’s achievements.”
Mae Kowalke is an associate editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Mae’s articles, please visit her columnist page. She also blogs for TMCnet here.