Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce Selects IP5280 as its Official Phone Company

Updated: January 06, 2011

Englewood, CO (Vocus/PRWEB ) November 3, 2009 –- IP5280 Communications, specializing in business VoIP and data communications delivered via state-of-the-art unified Internet Protocol (“IP”) technologies, announced today its selection as the official phone company of Greenwood Village, Colorado, by the Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce. As the official phone company for Greenwood Village, IP5280 will make IP communication services available to member businesses for a discount, including Voice over IP (“VoIP”) and IP-based high definition phone systems.

The Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1991, provides education, advocacy, information and networking opportunities for Denver’s southeast corridor business professionals. With small- to medium-sized businesses comprising 85% of the enterprises in the Greenwood Village area, IP5280, as Colorado’s VoIP Company, is positioned to deliver advanced, carrier-class IP solutions not traditionally provided by the old local phone companies.

‘We are pleased to work with the IP5280 team and to help make their solutions available to Greenwood Village businesses,” said Mark Crowley, CEO of the Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce. “IP5280 delivers a unique set of IP communication capabilities that help businesses save money on their monthly phone bills, increase business phone functionality that allows businesses to more effectively communicate with customers, and the IP5280 high-definition voice quality is the most life-like call clarity that I’ve ever experienced.”

The Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce supports the community, its citizen and the development of business throughout Greenwood Village. Additionally, the Chamber provides ongoing educational opportunities including access to services and new technologies that benefit business. The IP5280 services suite has met the telecommunication requirements expected by member businesses and has met the approval criteria for immediate service availability.

“We’re pleased to be the official phone company of the Greenwood Village Chamber,” said Jeffrey Pearl, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of IP5280. “IP5280 is a perfect fit to not only meet the fundamental communication requirements of small- and medium-sized businesses, but our advanced telecommunications capabilities make a business more responsive to its customers and more competitive in the market.”

IP5280, through its IP5280radio.com service, will be podcasting live on Thursday, November 5th at 3 p.m. MST from the Espressole Caffe in the Landmark Shoppes in Greenwood Village. Join co-hosts Jeffrey Pearl and John Scarborough, IP5280 Managing Partners, for the podcast, along with special guest Mark Crowley, to learn more about the Greenwood Village Chamber and IP5280 service offerings. The public is invited to join the conversation in person at the Espressole Caffe, live at IP5280radio.com (“Podcast for Business”), or later at any time in the IP5280 Podcast archive.

About IP5280

IP5280 Communications is a next-generation global unified IP communications provider specializing in VoIP and converged IP voice and data services for business customers. Trusted by thousands of business enterprise users, communication agents, partners and wholesalers of IP managed services throughout the world, IP5280 solutions offer carrier-class communications for businesses large and small, with significant savings over traditional phone company business services. Selected by ColoradoBiz magazine among the Top 3 Best Companies to Work For in Colorado, and proudly ranked by the magazine as a part of the elite Colorado TOP250, IP5280 provides businesses the most advanced IP solutions to meet a variety of voice, data and IP networking needs. Visit www.IP5280.com or call (303) 800-0000.

About The Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce

The Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce provides education, advocacy, information and networking opportunities for Denver’s southeast corridor business professionals since 1991. Supporting the community, its citizen and the development of business throughout Greenwood Village, the Chamber provides ongoing educational opportunities including access to services and new technologies that benefit business. For more information go to www.gvchamber.com or call 303-290-9922.

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