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Pac-12 Scores with Nextiva Partnership

October 29, 2020

By Maurice Nagle - Web Editor

The Pac-12 conference is “dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders by championing excellence in academics, athletics, and the well-being of our student-athletes.” In following in its mission of excellence, the only conference to capture 500 NCAA Championships selected an industry leading technology partner.

Today, the Pac-12 announced Nextiva as its Official Communications Partner, underscoring the necessity for work from anywhere solutions for all businesses.

“There is no time more important than now for the Pac-12 to partner with a leader in communication in order to stay connected,” said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. “Our partnership with Nextiva reflects the strength of our Pac-12 athletic programs and Conference brand, and we look forward to working closely with Nextiva to support our communications needs.”

In addition to the visibility the partnership affords Nextiva on coaches headsets, communications equipment, prominent branding and official partner status of the Rose Bowl, the pairing will enable Nextiva to create a program to award student-athlete achievement. And, the education in science, engineering, mathematics, technology, the arts and technology-focused Nextiva Cares program will gain an augmented presence.

“Joining the Conference of Champions is an exciting moment for our company,” said Tomas Gorny, Nextiva CEO. “We’re looking forward to supporting the Pac-12 conference and member universities while we continue to support the champions of the business world.”

The cloud communications provider is seeing a strong 2020, with this recent announcement coming shortly after the Nextiva cloud communications platform met the mark of one billion business conversations supported.

Are your communications in the cloud?

Edited by Maurice Nagle



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