Telesphere Recognized by Gartner
September 18, 2014
Telesphere, a provider of fully hosted and managed VoIP and unified communications as a service for businesses, recently announced that Gartner (News - Alert) Inc. has placed the company in the upper quadrant of its 2014 "Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) in North America." The company was recognized for its suite of cloud-based communications and collaboration solutions.
"This recognition by the world's leading analytic authority on UCaaS substantiates Telesphere (News - Alert)'s leadership position in this rapidly growing cloud communications industry," said Telesphere CEO Clark Peterson, in a recent statement. "Being recognized further validates Telesphere's strength as a solutions provider of unified communications, our full suite of services, and our unique ability to provide services to some of the largest customers throughout the U.S. and beyond."
Telesphere offers carrier-grade performance and support for wireline and mobile devices to businesses over its private IP MPLS network. The company claims that its cloud-based services allow businesses to enjoy all the latest voice, video, data, mobility and collaboration features of large enterprise systems without the costly investment of on-site equipment. The company has headquarters in the Phoenix area, and a regional presence in Seattle, California, Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and New York.
In related news, Telesphere was recently named to Inc. Magazine's annual list of the 500/5000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States. With a year-over-year annual growth rate of 50 percent since 2011, this is the fourth consecutive year Telesphere has been named to the prestigious list.
Telesphere has consistently placed among the fastest growing companies ranked by Inc. nationally, in Arizona, and within the telecommunications industry over the past four years. The list represents a comprehensive look at America's independent entrepreneurs who are widely acclaimed to be the U.S. economy's most important segment.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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