LeBlanc Communications Group Achieves Platinum Status Award From FreedomVoice Systems
FreedomVoice Systems, one of the largest US providers of cloud-based VoIP phone systems, today announced that LeBlanc Communications Group of Redding, Connecticut was awarded Platinum level status. This is a prestigious award that only a few companies attain by being the highest achievers in the Cloud Phone System market as well as Voice Continuity and Disaster Recovery. FreedomVoice serves 28,000 businesses nationwide and produces the FreedomIQ cloud business solutions developed in house which allow for flexibility, easy integration with third party tools and cost savings for its customers. FreedomVoice Systems also has Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery services for voice that are leading the way in the industry.
LeBlanc Communications provides telephony solutions and manages all things related to a company's communications infrastructure, such as phone systems, cabling, server hosting and backup, firewalls, switches plus choosing and managing the Internet and telephone service carriers. They include phone bill auditing, wireless networking and business continuity to keep customers up and running regardless of what happens. LeBlanc Communications services customers anywhere through its own Connecticut-based staff or a network of valued telecom partners nationwide. LeBlanc Communications has been a FreedomVoice Systems certified dealer since 2008.
"Michael has been on our advisory board for years and has been instrumental in our success," said Eric Thomas CEO and Founder of FreedomVoice Systems. "He has a strong customer base that has taken advantage of Cloud VoIP benefits and we are reviewing some new product ideas with Michael LeBlanc for 2013."
"We were one of the early adopters of FreedomIQ's Cloud VoIP as we could see the potential," said Michael LeBlanc, Founder of LeBlanc Communications Group. "We continue to be strong supporters as this is now an accepted technology within the business community. It is reliable and very attractive for multi-site companies and especially those with a dispersed workforce. Not to mention how valuable their service can be during an outage like Hurricane Sandy!"