LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Broadvoice®, a leading hosted voice and telecommunications provider nationwide, today announced they have relocated to Northridge, California. Broadvoice purchased a 49,000 square foot facility located at 9221 Corbin Ave. in Northridge. The facility will support their rapid growth and expansion that they expect to accelerate exponentially over the next 36 months. Broadvoice employs approximately 150 talented individuals today and expects to continue to create new jobs within Los Angeles’ vibrant Tech community.
The move to Northridge marks the return to his beginnings for Broadvoice CEO Jim Murphy, a California State University Northridge alum, who founded his first telecommunications business while attending college with his late business partner and co-founder Ari Ramezani. “The new headquarters will afford us the unique opportunity to house all of our operations under a single roof and support our quickly expanding workforce,” commented Murphy. “As we continue our growth and expansion, the return to Northridge where Ari and I got started seems fitting. Operating within Los Angeles allows us to recruit from a vast base of highly qualified applicants.”
Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, Broadvoice is a premier provider of hosted voice and data products. Utilizing the latest technology, Broadvoice helps consumers and businesses achieve higher call quality and faster internet speeds while reducing their overall costs and improving efficiency. The company continuously designs and implements new features and services that allow companies to focus on their business. Broadvoice has been ranked in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America. More information about the company can be found at www.broadvoice.com