2016 will be an unforgettable year for XO Communications after winning the TMC 2016 Unified Communications (UC) Product of the Year Award.
The company was feted for its Hosted PBX (HPBX) service. The annual award honors the best and most innovative unified communications products and solutions released in the last twelve months. XO HPBX provides businesses of all sizes with the collaboration tools they need to communicate using their desktop HPBX phones, computers or other mobile devices, regardless of their location.
Rich Tehrani, the CEO of TMC presented the award to XO. “It gives me great pleasure to honor XO Communications as a 2016 recipient of TMC’s Unified Communications Product of the Year Award for their innovative product, Hosted PBX. Our judges were very impressed with the ingenuity and excellence displayed by XO in their groundbreaking work on Hosted PBX.”
Beyond the initial capabilities of the service, XO offers a high tech support model that includes on-site customer training as well as an optional and personalized Concierge service that enables XO to change, add or delete phone numbers and modify certain features at the direction of an XO HPBX customer. Like many other related offerings, XO HPBX is available on the XO secure, private network which supports the quality of service levels that businesses demand.
Jake Heinz, the senior vice president of marketing and product at XO Communications received the award on behalf of the company. He said it’s a great honor to have emerged the best from a long list of other companies in contention for the top award. “We are honored to accept the Product of the Year Award. Our HPBX service allows our customers to streamline the use of their IP and UC services with specialized support to fit their needs. As a result our customers are able to operate more efficiently.”
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