Switchvox Receives Retailer’s Choice Award: Affordable SMB Communications Solution

By Matthew Hilton

After a bit of over-indulgence during the holidays, it’s easy to sit back and rest a bit coming into a New Year.  But when you work in a fast-paced, technology-focused industry, you waste no time jumping in to new opportunities for the year ahead.  Speaking of starting the year off right, we’re only three days into 2018, but Digium is proud to announce that Switchvox has been recognized with the Retailer’s Choice Award from DealCrunch.

 The fine folks over at DealCrunch.com have recently published an article on Switchvox and it focuses specifically on how Digium’s business phone system continues to excel in the small and medium business (SMB) telephony space, while also appealing to larger enterprise customers as well.  For our continued success with the Switchvox Unified Communications solution, DealCrunch has awarded Switchvox with the Retailer’s Choice Award™ for Affordable SMB Communication Solutions.

If you’re unfamiliar with DealCrunch, I’d encourage everyone that is into technology to check out their site.  As for Switchvox, did you know that Digium has released another groundbreaking version of our already robust and affordable business communications solution?  Discover why the latest version of Switchvox enhances Mobility and Call Convergence features.

While Switchvox is off to a fast start in 2018, there’s a lot more to come, so stay tuned and Happy New Year.


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Matthew Hilton

Matthew is the Switchvox Product Marketing Manager for Digium. Matthew has spent the last 15 years in various IT roles working for multiple Fortune 500 companies and Value-Added Resellers. Not one to sit idly by, his job titles have included, Business Analyst, Systems & Network Engineer, VOIP Engineer, Programmer and Marketing Specialist. He graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University with a BA in English and a focus on Business Information Systems.

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