Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 23, 2009 -- Today, Broadvox is pleased to announce that PHONE+ magazine selected Broadvox as having a Top 50 Channel Program out of hundreds of nominations received in August of 2009. According to PHONE+, nearly 1,000 indirect sales partners voted for the best channel program and Broadvox received enough votes to be positioned as one of telecom's leaders, setting an example for others in developing an indirect sales channel.
Recognized in the IP communications industry as a premier SIP Trunking provider, Broadvox also has established a trusted reputation among carriers, resellers, master agencies and other ITSPs for delivering VoIP solutions that benefit both resellers and end users. With telecom cost savings as high as 70%, Broadvox business VoIP solutions are flexible and scalable to meet the needs of any business, from SMBs to enterprises and the SIP Trunking product line is interoperable with more OEMs than any other ITSP.
"Since its launch in 2001, Broadvox has set their sights on delivering the highest quality VoIP solutions in the world of IP communications", said David Byrd, VP of Marketing and Sales. "Achieving our goals is dependent not only upon the efforts of Broadvox employees, but also relies heavily on our indirect sales channel. We are certainly proud of the standard of excellence maintained by our channel and appreciative that so many indirect sales partners chose Broadvox for recognition through PHONE+ magazine."
The results of the TOP 50 Channel Program contest held by PHONE+ magazine will be published in the October issue of PHONE+ magazine as well as in the online Channel Program Guide. Winners will also be recognized at the Channel Partners Conference and Expo in Miami, Florida. The Expo takes place from Sept. 23-25, 2009 and is the only industry event that is held exclusively for the channel. The spring conference is scheduled for March 1-3, 2010 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Founded in 2001, Broadvox is a worldwide leader in providing integrated managed VoIP services to SMB, enterprise, and carrier customers. It has deployed one of the largest full-featured global VoIP networks and is trusted by more than 200 telecommunications carriers, ASPs, ISPs, and over 3,000 businesses to transport over 10 billion minutes annually. The Broadvox Network Operations Center operating 24x7 provides the reliability, security, and quality of service required by the world's most discriminating customers. Broadvox offers SIP Trunking, SIP origination and termination services, and hosted communications solutions. Broadvox is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
For more information about Broadvox, visit www.Broadvox.com.
PHONE+ magazine is the country's leading publication for communication distribution channels. For more than two decades, PHONE+ has been the undisputed leader in providing news and analysis to alternate distribution channels serving the communications industry. It is the unrivaled resource for resellers, aggregators, agents, brokers, VARs, systems integrators, interconnects and dealers that provide network-based communications and computing services and associated CPE, applications and professional services. PHONE+ includes a monthly print publication, a Web resource and a weekly newsletter.
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