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Nextiva named a Best Software Award winner in G2 2022 user rankings

Nextiva was named a G2 Best Software Award winner in two categories: Collaboration & Productivity and Global Sellers. G2, the global software marketplace used by more than 60 million software buyers, released its awards today, which rank the world's best software companies and products based on authentic, timely reviews from real users.

Nextiva ranked #5 in Collaboration & Productivity Products and #67 among Global Sellers. According to G2, “The top 100 software sellers are ranked based on a combination of Satisfaction and Market Presence scores for each seller.” This news follows Nextiva being named best business phone system by U.S. News for the third year in a row, and builds upon our strong momentum in the market. Nextiva is #1 for VoIP in both the small business and mid-market segments, and has been awarded Best Support in every quarter for over two years.

“The Nextiva team is dedicated to creating software that improves productivity and helps businesses enhance their customer service,” said Chris Reaburn, Nextiva CMO. “Our ranking on the Global Top Sellers list is recognition that our most important audience—customers—recognize the value we're bringing every day."

The G2 annual award list was developed following a review of thousands of software tools with rankings based on authentic, timely reviews from real users. To be in the running for these awards, software tools must have received at least 50 approved and published reviews on the platform during the 2021 calendar year.

To learn more about the G2 2022 Best Software Awards and why Nextiva was chosen, visit the G2 FAQ page.

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