Voiplink Inc Named to Prestigious Inc. 5000 2010

Updated: January 06, 2011

CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Voiplink Inc, a leading web and phone order reseller of Voice-over IP (VoIP) equipment, today announced that the company was named to the highly prestigious Inc. 5000 list, A publication of the leading entrepreneurial and fastest growing private companies in America.

Voiplink CEO Larry West commented on the award: "Thomas Baxter (President) along with our entire staff at Voiplink Inc are honored to have been named by Inc Magazine as one of the nations top entrepreneurial companies. Voiplink continually strives to be the preeminent leader in the sales of VoIP equipment. Including Voip phone systems and solutions while providing our valued customers unparalleled customer service."

West continued," I compliment all of the companies on this year's list for their impressive performance in these challenging economic times. And most of all I applaud Inc Magazine for their ongoing support to entrepreneurship."

This year, Voiplink placed in the top 4000 of the list at #3094, with an extraordinary three year growth rate of 66% . As VoIP technology continues to advance, he continues, "Voiplink is constantly expanding its ecommerce site with the newest and most up to date products available for this new emerging technology."

About Voiplink Inc:

Voiplink, Inc is the West coast's largest web and phone-order reseller of Voice-Over IP (VoIP) equipment. Voiplink.com extensive website features comprehensive VoIP product Descriptions that enable customers to compare a variety of equipment models and manufacturers, facilitating the best choice based on specific requirements.

SOURCE Voiplink Inc

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