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Broadview Networks Announces Redesigned Website

Broadview Networks®, a leader in cloud-based unified communications (UC) and information technology services, recently redesigned its corporate website, www.broadviewnet.com. This new, updated website provides easier access to essential company and industry information and offers a more comprehensive explanation of Broadview’s award-winning UC and other cloud-based products. The new site provides an improved user experience, particularly for mobile users, and also now provides users with multiple avenues to reach support and comprehensive access to solutions Broadview experts have developed in response to commonly found issues.

As a leader in technology and cloud innovation, Broadview recognizes the importance of making information regarding its unique solutions, services and developments easily accessible, intuitive and easy to use. The new website makes it easy for prospective customers, agents and wholesalers to see and read about the differences OfficeSuite UC™ offers in the context of a clean, attractive and modern design; improved functionality and up-to-date content. Through search functionality and optimization for mobile devices, Broadview’s knowledge and expertise in the field of UC and information technology services are more accessible than ever, allowing customers and channel partners to better interact with Broadview online.

“We are pleased to launch our new website and the robust information it provides for customers, investors, partners and media to better understand Broadview’s innovative cloud-based products including OfficeSuite UC,” said Jeff Blackey, Broadview’s Senior Vice President of Marketing. “We believe that this new site aligns well with our company vision for continued growth and serves well the more than 250,000 people nationwide relying on us every day.”

Broadview’s new, responsive website is divided into five main sections: Products, Solutions, About Us, Resources and Support. Additionally, the website is uniquely designed with a focus on all constituents:

  • Customers can find detailed descriptions of Broadview’s powerful suite of next-generation communications services, OfficeSuite UC™, OfficeSuite HD Meeting® and OfficeSuite® Cloud Computing, including how these products address challenges by business size, industry and business needs. Helpful tips and information are provided through videos, FAQs, step‐by‐step guides and much more, including the interactive OfficeSuite Community.
  • Agents have one-click access to products, training certifications, and can browse and register for upcoming tradeshows, seminars and webinars to meet and gain insight directly from Broadview leadership and channel managers. Through Broadview’s MyOfficeSuite Agent portal, agents have access to all of their customers in one site with a single login and can view all accounts, administer a customer’s entire system, review renewal and billing information, and do so much more.
  • Wholesale partners, whether they are resellers, independent telecommunications providers, cable companies or equipment providers, can easily reach out to Broadview’s dedicated Wholesale Team to gain comprehensive product and sales training to help make selling easier. From anywhere, they can purchase or develop their own platforms; easily order, configure and track services for their customers and manage all of their customers for total control of configurations, preferences and customer information.

Broadview’s new website will be updated on a regular basis with news of product launches and updates, business activity, corporate milestones, events and investor and financial information.

About Broadview Networks® www.broadviewnet.com

Broadview Networks is a network-based business communications provider serving customers with local and long-distance voice and data communications, premises-based and patented hosted VoIP systems, data services and a full suite of managed and professional services. It also provides an innovative portfolio of bundled, hosted IP phone and cloud computing services designed to meet the unique application requirements of diverse workforce groups. Its customers benefit from award-winning customer service, including a web-based account management tool and a primary point-of-contact for real-time, personal customer care.

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