A "Three-peat" For AccessLine - Selected a Third Time for Its Advances in VoIP Technology
BELLEVUE, Wash. - AccessLine Communications, a leading provider of hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services, has been named to the 2007 “Pulver 100,” the IP communications industry’s premier listing of privately-held growth companies that represent the future of the IP voice and video communications ecosystem. AccessLine has been named to the list due to its continued contributions to the advancement of VoIP technology for the business market through award-winning products such as its popular SmartVoice Service for business and its newest product, SmartVoicePlus, designed to help smaller businesses eliminate expenditures for a key system or PBX.
This is the third consecutive time that AccessLine has been selected for the Pulver 100, placing it in an elite group of VoIP pioneers and service providers.
“The Pulver 100 is the IP communications industry’s first and foremost award listing, and it continues to grow in significance, because companies like AccessLine continue to spread IP communications via their SmartVoice line of products,” said Jeff Pulver, Founder and Chairman of Pulvermedia. “We’re proud to name AccessLine to this year’s Pulver 100.”
AccessLine offers hosted voice services specifically designed and built for SMBs over an advanced VoIP platform, including a full range of the most requested applications and features such as reduced fees for long distance calls, local numbers, Find Me/Follow Me and conference calling. It helps its customers solve the corporate communications challenges inherent with today’s business world – such as telecommuting, business continuity and unified messaging – by enabling them to achieve immediate cost savings of up to 50 percent. By defining, hosting and managing these services, AccessLine delivers reduced operational and implementation costs, increased reliability through full redundancy, improved scalability and simplified voice services management.
“AccessLine has continued to accelerate its momentum within the business market by delivering affordable and reliable VoIP solutions for companies with as few as four employees,” said Doug Johnson, president and CEO of AccessLine. “We are the only company in the industry today with a VoIP solution that supports legacy phones on a dedicated voice circuit – just one of the many features that makes our SmartVoice family of products a good choice for SMBs. We’re very pleased that Pulvermedia has recognized our achievements over the years by including AccessLine on its Pulver 100 list.”
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