The NEWT sales and strategy meeting held at the new NEWT sales office this week has everyone at the business services division of Fibernetics completely energized and looking forward to a fantastic 2015. Collectively we're looking to change Canadian telecom this year by showing more organizations than ever before that they can benefit
President John Stix welcomes the new NEWT sales team to their new office at 200 Bathurst in Waterloo, Ontario The last few years for NEWT have been the best in the history of the company. Exponential growth was realized from 2013 to 2014 and 2015 is already projected to top them both dramatically.
NEWT is currently running an advertising campaign in Toronto with these cab signs letting the business people in the big smoke know they are paying way too much for their telecommunications services. A fleet of 30 are deployed all over the sprawling metropolis getting the word out and we hope you'll keep an eye out
NEWT Connector is a fantastic tool for optimizing how companies interact with vendors, customers and leads. A direct interface between the NEWT Business Phone system and Salesforce - the world's leading customer relations management service - NEWT Connector provides access to NEWT's telecom feature set that is changing the way business is done in Canada, with the power
Salesforce is the ultimate business CRM Software as a Service (SaaS) helping Canadian businesses to organize, automate and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service and technical support. Continuing to be the most innovative customer care company in the world, Salesforce has revolutionized how companies go about their business, NEWT included. We adopted Salesforce several years ago
Brad Fischer, director of product management and Mike Brown, VP Marketing accept the Platinum Partner Status award from Polycom's Glen Bevcar. NEWT, Canada's choice for business communications, is happy to announce they have been recognized as a Platinum Partner by Polycom. The global leader in unified communications solutions, Polycom has more than two
We've all been there. On a conference call or a webinar with lots and lots of participants, and every time someone joins in, "ding!" And then "ding - ding, ding - ding, ding, ding," and it's like that, on and off, for the duration of the call. It is, in a word, annoying. We heard