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VoIP Supply Named One of Western New York's Most Admired Companies

December 31, 2013

By Melissa Warten,
Contributing Writer

Looks like VoIP Supply has some secret admirers – and the secret’s out!

VoIP Supply, a North American VoIP solutions provider, has been named by Buffalo Business First as one of Western New York’s Most Admired Companies. It is the second straight year VoIP Supply has made the list, and an impressive addition to the company’s list of accolades.

To be named to the Most Admired Companies’ list, an organization must fit the criteria of company growth, success as an employer, and strong connections with the local community. VoIP Supply fulfills each of those criteria well. In terms of company growth, for instance, in 2011, the company grew by 20 percent and relocated to larger headquarters; in 2012, VoIP Supply became a Certified B corporation, with contemporaries such as Etsy (News - Alert) and UncommonGoods. Success as an employer, the second criteria for being named to the list, has also been well earned by VoIP Supply – the organization has been named to Western New York’s Best Places to Work for several consecutive years, and, since its founding in 2002, has focused on leadership qualities in its employees.

However, the most important element to VoIP Supply is its strong connections to its local community of Buffalo. VoIP Supply has long since had a special interest in giving back to its community: for every online order made by VoIP Supply customers, the company donates $1.98, the cost of one meal, to Buffalo City Mission. In 2013, VoIP Supply donated over 10,000 meals.

Ben Sayers, VoIP Supply CEO, said in a statement, “I'm proud of everyone at VoIP Supply working hard to do well so that we're empowered to do good for others…It's an honor to be recognized again as one of the Most Admired Companies.”

VoIP Supply has certainly made a name for itself in Western New York, and continues to earn well-deserved recognition for its achievements as a company.

Edited by Blaise McNamee

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