Hover Networks (http://www.HoverNetworks.com), a leading provider of business class VoIP services, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Voyss Solutions, an emerging
"Strategic acquisitions like this are a key element of the growth strategy we outlined for the company over the next two years," said
Hover Networks delivers a robust cloud based business voice service that delivers the scale, quality and feature set in demand by today's businesses. As more small and medium businesses move to VoIP, Hover Networks looks to continue to rapidly expand its service reach through strategic acquisitions and sales partnerships.
Hover Networks COO,
One of the fastest growing companies in the US, Hover Networks has doubled in size each of the first five years it has been in business. The company currently provides business voice services to almost 10,000 users in over 20 states and seven countries.
"Customers, channel sales partners and acquisitions have found our knowledge, care and service reliability to be the key reasons to work with Hover Networks," said Hover Networks Chairman,
For more information about Hover Networks, please visit http://www.HoverNetworks.com.
About Hover Networks
Hover Networks (http://www.HoverNetworks.com) is a leading privately held provider of business class cloud based VoIP services. One of the fastest growing companies in the US, Hover Networks offers a robust cloud based business voice service that delivers the scale, quality and feature set in demand by today's businesses. With no system to manage, unlimited calling, live phone and email support around the clock, when you choose Hover Networks, you're choosing business voice done the right way.
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