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Nextiva’s Tomas Gorny Named Arizona’s Top Tech CEO

Phoenix Business Journal Recognizes Gorny’s Leadership, Innovation & Community Involvement

Scottsdale, Arizona – May 12, 2017 – Nextiva (www.nextiva.com), an industry-leading cloud-based communications provider, announced today that Tomas Gorny, its co-founder and CEO, has been named AZ Top Tech Exec Awards’ top CEO. Presented by the Phoenix Business Journal, Gorny was chosen for his strong leadership style, keen focus on innovation, involvement in the local community through job creation and philanthropic efforts, and track record of creating one of Arizona’s top workplace environments.

Gorny launched Nextiva in 2006 upon identifying a gap in the business communications industry. With the goal of doing away with overcomplicated, ineffective, and overpriced phone services, he created a company to revolutionize how businesses communicate. Under his leadership, Nextiva has grown to employ more than 750 employees and serve 150,000 businesses nationwide. It has also been on the receiving end of “best places to work” awards for several years running.

“I am honored to receive the award of Arizona’s Top Tech CEO,” said Gorny. “While I am humbled, the rise of Nextiva has also been driven by the hard work and dedication of our team members. We have the best team imaginable; they make me proud to come to work every day.”

Competition for the top CEO award was fierce; the Phoenix Business Journal chose Gorny among a number of esteemed business leaders. His award was presented at a May 11th ceremony at the Phoenix Art Museum. Read more about Gorny as the Arizona Top Tech CEO.

ABOUT NEXTIVA
Nextiva provides cloud-based communications and collaboration solutions designed to simplify the way businesses communicate. Founded in 2006 on the principle of Amazing Service®, Nextiva serves more than 150,000 businesses in the United States from its headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona. Learn more at www.nextiva.com.

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