Broadvoice Now a Government Contractor

Broadvoice, the cloud communications provider, has scored recognition as an approved contractor for governments.

The state of Utah has awarded Broadvoice a NASPO ValuePoint master agreement, which makes the company an official contractor for state, local and other public entities.

Broadvoice says it and its partners now have “fast-track access” to deliver cloud services to the government market, which is not limited to just Utah, but includes 34 other states.

“We are honored to be one of the few cloud service providers to pass the rigorous vendor selection process, which in turn will open doors to a vast array of new public sector opportunities,” Broadvoice CEO Jim Murphy said.{ad}

Broadvoice will spend the next 10 years as an official cloud services vendor for the states that participate in the NASPO ValuePoint cloud service marketplace. NASPO (The National Association of State Procurement Officials) calls itself the highest standard for sourcing public contracts.

“Whether it’s a state government or a local school district, we are excited to help these public entities realize the cost savings and technology advantages that the private sector has long enjoyed — while delivering the level of service that Broadvoice has become synonymous with,” Murphy said.

Broadvoice is based in Los Angeles and providers numerous services, including cloud phone, contact center and collaboration.

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