Virtual PBX Complete is a Complete Success

Nine Consecutive Awards and Huge Growth for Virtual PBX Complete

Called a “cream of the crop” service by its customers, the latest award wining service from Virtual PBX, Virtual PBX Complete, quickly worked its way to the upper echelon of VoIP solutions, delivering an unparalleled complete business phone service.

Unlike other hosted PBX services, Virtual PBX Complete supports the blending of analog and IP telephony while simultaneously incorporating open SIP peering. Eliminating the need for proprietary software and delivering the freedom and flexibility to carry business extensions anywhere around the world through a smartphone, Virtual PBX complete is becoming an essential element for running a successful business.

“The need for business VoIP solutions is high, and we’re excited to have been able to launch such a strong product,” said Greg Brashier, CMO of Virtual PBX.

Since its launch, Virtual PBX Complete has been recognized by several publications including Information Week, eWEEK and TMCnet receiving the following nine awards:

Virtual PBX announced continued strong growth in the 15 months since the launch of its award-winning Virtual PBX Complete business VoIP solution in February 2011, citing a 49.9 percent rise in traffic though the company’s hosted PBX system. With Virtual PBX’s expertise in technology and ability to create some of the most innovative products and services on the market, it is easy to see why they are so popular.

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