Nextiva Wins “Product of the Year” for the Third Year in a Row

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: May 16, 2011

Nextiva Wins “Product of the Year” for the Third Year in a Row

Nextiva was recently awarded “Product of the Year” for Nextiva Office by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. This was the third year in a row that they have received the accolade from the publication.

Nextiva Office is a business VoIP phone system that includes features like advanced call routing and mobile phone integration. The service offers unlimited phone calls on a flat monthly rate, and customers do not have to sign a contract or pay any sort of setup fee. The product is also credited as the primary reason for Nextiva’s substantial growth in new business clients that occurred in 2010.

Rich Tehrani, the CEO of Technology Marketing Corporation congratulated Nextiva and praised its commitment to IP communication technology. Technology Marketing Corporation is the global media company that publishes INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.

Thomas Gorny, the CEO of Nextiva, stated that his company was honored to have been granted the award for the third time in a row. He also spoke about how Nextiva Office has helped to revolutionize the methods that small businesses use to communicate.

Nextiva, Inc. is a major US provider of business VoIP solutions. Other products by the company include Nextiva vFax, a flexible online fax service, and Nextiva Connect, a virtual phone system that lets customers route calls to themselves from anywhere in the world.

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