Phone.com – NJTC 2010 Communications Company of the Year!

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NJTC Phone.com Award

Phone.com has been named an innovative and affordable phone service solution for small businesses and professionals, the 2010 Communications Company of the Year. They will be honored at the annual New Jersey Technology Council(NJTC) Awards Gala on November 17th.

The NJTC Awards Gala, an annual event recognizing the “Best in Technology” companies as well as government, educational and technology support leaders, has often been called the “Academy Awards” for New Jersey’s technology community. The gala honors companies and individuals in many categories – including Public, Private, Life Sciences, Green Communications, and IT/software.

“We are humbled and honored to be the recipients of the NJTC Communications Company of the Year Award for 2010,” said Ari Rabban, CEO and Co-Founder of Phone.com. “We are very proud of our achievements and our growth in our three years in business and to be honored in the state were telecommunications was invented is incredible.”

“We are so proud and excited to name Phone.com the Communications Company of the year for 2010,” said Maxine Ballen, CEO and president of the NJTC. “Year after year Phone.com has demonstrated their ability to be an innovator and leader in affordable small business telephony solutions. We are excited to watch Phone.com continue to grow and innovate in the years ahead.”

Previous winners of this award include ComCast, Vapps, Inc. (now Citrix OnLine) , and Arbinet.

Congratulations to Ari, Alon, and all the great folks over at Phone.com on a job well done!

 

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Christina Sterling

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Christina is the chief editor at VirtualPhoneSystemReviews.com. In her spare time she is also a web developer and a small business owner. She loves camping, traveling, and all things VoIP related.

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