8x8 Receives INTERNET TELEPHONY(R) Magazine's Thirteenth Annual Product of the Year Award

By Robin Wilding
Updated: February 24, 2011

8x8 Receives INTERNET TELEPHONY(R) Magazine's Thirteenth Annual Product of the Year Award

8x8, a national provider of low-cost high-intelligence VoIP solution has created the year’s best VoIP solution for small-to-medium businesses, and the technology industry agrees. 8x8’s Virtual Office Pro’s unified communications solution for small-to-medium businesses was named INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine’s product of the year, and won PC Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award.

8x8’s cloud-based Virtual Office Pro offers enterprise-level unified communications solutions to businesses of all sizes with business-intelligence based features that include: hosted IP-PBX service with unlimited calling, Internet-based messaging, web conferencing, video conferencing/web chat and call recording and archiving.

Virtual Office Pro’s host of features opens up unified Internet and telephony services generally unreachable by smaller businesses as they have a price point of less than $50 per user. 8x8’s solution brings essential collaboration and communication unification tools to the SMB market, bringing all types of communication tools under one easily managed umbrella.

The industry is recognizing 8x8’s contribution to the field of unified communications and telephony solutions, including TMC CEO Rich Tehrani who understands the level of services offered by Virtual Office Pro when he says “8x8 Virtual Office Pro displays quality and innovation plus provides real needs in the marketplace.” INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine’s editors agree when they “congratulate 8x8 for its commitment to advancing IP communication technologies."

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