Nextiva Experiences Record Growth in 2009

Updated: January 06, 2011

Scottsdale, Ariz. (PRWEB) February 12, 2010 -- Nextiva Inc. (http://www.nextiva.com), a leader in Business VoIP solutions and Unified Communications announces record growth in 2009. Nextiva experienced record growth of over 400% in new business customers. As an award winning business VoIP service provider, Nextiva continues to strengthen its position as a national leader in business IP communication solutions. Nextiva offers low cost VoIP, Hosted PBX, and Internet Fax solutions to small and medium-sized business throughout the country. Last year was not only a record in growth, but also in unmatched recognition from leading sources and praise for enhancements to the business communication product offering.

  • Environmental leadership by joining Carbonfund.org’s CarbonFree Program
  • Recipient of the “Product of the Year” award by Internet Telephony Magazine
  • WhichVoIP.com awarded Nextiva as the “Best Business VoIP Provider”
  • Awarded “#1 VoIP Company” by CompareVoIP.com
  • Launch of Nextiva’s revolutionary Online Fax solution, Nextiva vFAX
  • Highest review ratings by leading consumer rankings websites

“Nextiva is committed to delivering the highest quality business communication products at the best value in the industry.” Tracy Conrad, President and CEO of Nextiva, Inc. states, “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% customer satisfaction by always providing 110% customer service.”

As a leader in innovation, Nextiva is committed to remaining a key player in the race to unify and reshape the way the business world communicates and exchanges information. Small business clients are given the freedom to keep their existing telephone number or take advantage of a national toll-free option. Clients will never be asked to sign a service contract or be charged a setup fee.

About Nextiva

Nextiva, Inc. is transforming the way small business communicates. As one of the country's leading providers of business VoIP, hosted PBX, and online fax solutions; Nextiva makes owning and operating a small business easier, less costly and more profitable. Each product and service offered by Nextiva is specially engineered to give small business owners advantages previously only available to larger enterprises. Nextiva serves thousands of businesses and professionals in over 85 markets nationwide. For more information, please call 800-983-4289, or visit: http://www.nextiva.com.

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