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“The landscape for business communications providers has changed dramatically over the last few years and our 57 ranking reflects Broadview’s stability as much as its growth,” said Michael K. Robinson, president and CEO for Broadview Networks. “We continue to invest in our network, our people and our service portfolio as we expand our total solution offering to provide even greater value to our business customers.”
Broadview Networks serves customers throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic United States, offering local and long-distance voice communications, hosted and premises-based VoIP systems, data services, telephone hardware, high-speed Internet services, managed services and professional services.
Broadview Networks is a control investment of MCG Capital Corp. Its largest investors are MCG Capital, Baker Capital, and New Enterprise Associates.