nexVortex continues to grow has acquired its third unified communications as a service (UCaaS) company in as many years: Northwest Vox, which has headquarters in Everett, Wash.
With a track record of more than eight years of consecutive quarter-over-quarter revenue growth,
nexVortex plans to take strategic advantage of M&A opportunities; the company said that it does not rule out additional acquisitions in the future.
“A key differentiator of nexVortex is our deep expertise in cloud communications, which we have built over the past 11 years of commercial service,” said nexVortex president and CEO, Fred Fromm. “Our tools, processes and operational discipline allow us to quickly integrate acquired companies like Northwest Vox with minimal disruption. We are looking forward to delivering our new customers the level of Uncommon Service which has become our hallmark.”
“The synergies found both in technology and cultural focus, have been incredible as we’ve worked with the team at nexVortex. The expertise that this acquisition brings to the table, on both sides, is truly exciting,” said Northwest Vox founder and CEO, Casey Strom. “The increased resources and the experience which the nexVortex team has, makes this a tremendous combination for both companies and for our customers.”