Element VoIP is now Viirtue!

SAINT PETERSBURG, FLORIDA – 12-29-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Element VoIP is extremely excited to announce that as of January 1st we will be Viirtue!

As many of you know, our services and offerings have expanded immensely over the past few years. With this growth, we started to look closely at who we are, what we stand for, and how we can best support clients like you. It became clear that our name and brand did not accurately represent our mission or core values…..so we changed that.

We feel that “Viirtue” represents who we are now and who we will continue to be for you and the rest of our community. Our focus is your growth, so we are thrilled about this change and what it means for our clients.
If you have questions or want more information, feel free to reach out – I’d love to hear from you.
Thank you for your continued support,

Rob Finch, CEO

About Viirtue
Viirtue is a leading UCaaS provider based out of Saint Petersburg, Florida and Mountain Lakes, NJ. Since their inception, Viirtue has continually evolved to offer their end-users and resellers only the best of products and services including cloud PBX, SMS, Chat, Video Conferencing with screen share, and mobility features on a highly reliable, geo-redundant infrastructure. Their ability to combine outstanding uptime with best in show feature capabilities and a disruptive pricing model has enabled them to become a leader within the industry.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Viirtue
Full Name: Dan Rosenrauch
Phone: 833-VIIRTUE
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.viirtue.com

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