Nextiva, an industry-leading cloud-based communications provider, announced today that Nextiva Office has been named "Product of the Year" by TMC, publisher of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
This is the seventh consecutive year Nextiva Office has received the "Product of the Year" award. Nextiva Office offers a complete unified communications solution for today’s businesses. Users have access to an impressive list of features and product enhancements, including voicemail transcription with Voicemail-to-Text, a mobile app and Nextiva Drive, the industry’s most secure business cloud storage, backup and sync system.
"It gives me great pleasure to recognize Nextiva with a 2015 Product of the Year Award for its commitment to excellence and innovation," said TMC’s CEO Rich Tehrani. "In the opinion of our distinguished judges, Nextiva Office has proven to be among the best communications and technology solutions available on the market. I look forward to continued innovation from Nextiva."
"We are honored that Internet Telephony has recognized Nextiva Office as an award winner yet again," says Yaniv Masjedi, Nextiva’s vice president of marketing. "As businesses become increasingly mobile, we are committed to providing innovative communication products so our customers can seamlessly conduct business anywhere. Our voicemail transcription feature, mobile app, and cloud storage, backup and sync system were created for this reason."
The winners of the 2015 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year are featured in the 2015 January/February issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine and online.
Nextiva (nextiva.com) provides cloud-based communications solutions designed to simplify the way businesses communicate. Founded in 2006 on the principle of Amazing Service™, Nextiva acquired its first customer in 2008. Today, Nextiva serves more than 100,000 businesses in the United States from its headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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