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Business VoIP Provider Celebrates Record Growth in 2009

February 17, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments
A Scottsdale, Ariz.-based provider of business VoIP and UC solutions announced today it experienced record growth in 2009.
According to officials with Nextiva Inc., the company recorded growth of over 400 percent in new business customers.
Nextiva’s cost VoIP, hosted PBX, Internet fax and Web conferencing solutions transform the way small businesses communicate by making communications affordable.
This growth was a new record for the company and officials attributed the success to the company’s low cost VoIP solutions as well as the continued enhancements made to its product offering.

“Nextiva is committed to delivering the highest quality business communication products at the best value in the industry,” said Tracy Conrad, president and CEO.

Last year, the company stepped up its environmental leadership and joined Carbonfund.org’s CarbonFree Program and received a number of industry awards and accolades including: “Product of the Year” from INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, “Best Business VoIP Provider” from WhichVoIP.com and “#1 VoIP Company” by CompareVoIP.com.

“At Nextiva, our entire focus is on building lifelong relationships with our customers by delivering stable, affordable products and services that bring the world to your door. We strive to continually achieve 100 percent customer satisfaction by always providing 110 percent customer service,” Conrad said.

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