Cbeyond Expands to Boston

By Robin Wilding
Updated: June 27, 2011

Cbeyond Expands to Boston

Cbeyond, a low-cost technology-rich communications provider has announced they are expanding into the local Boston market. This new market will be Cbeyond's 14th successful hyper-local marketing launch, and is being warmly accepted with the 50+ new jobs it will create in the area.

With their new office being opened in Boston, Cbeyond plans to expand on their existing customer base of over 58,000 small businesses. Their new Burlington office will be commencerated with a public ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 21, 2011, from 10 a.m. To 11 a.m. EST. Attendees of the event will include local elected officials and leaders in Boston's small business sector. James Murphy, Burlington Area Chamber President and CEO will speak about the importance of leveraging technologies like Cbeyond's within small businesses.

"Growing technology companies, like Cbeyond, land in Burlington because of the strong business climate and the enormous wealth of talent in our community," says Murphy. "The launch of another technology-based company also ensures the stability of our recovery through job creation in Burlington---the town where‘Technology Goes to Work.'"

Cbeyond's presence in the area will offer local small businesses cloud computing options and cutting-edge phone and Internet services at prices that keep small businesses competitive in their increasingly overcrowded markets.

The array of business intelligence offerings available from Cbeyond will include over 30 software and cloud-based services, including VoIP, low-cost long-distance plans, BlackBerrry, fax-to-email, data backup, file-sharing, virtual priate networking, voicemail, email and web hosting. Cbeyond's award-winning and innovative strategies and products have been recognized by over 50 different award committees, including Frost & Sullivan's 2010 North American Customer Leadership Award.
 

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