Saddleback Communications Named ‘Best of Scottsdale’ for Second Year

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Saddleback Communications receives ‘Best of Scottsdale’ for second year in a row for their world class service in providing fiber-based voice and data communications to SRPMIC residents and businesses. Photo courtesy of Saddleback Communications

In mid-August, Saddleback Communications was recognized as a world-class service provider of fiber-based voice and data communications to business and residential customers in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) for the second year. Saddleback Communications received the 2020 Best of Scottsdale Award for its contributions to the Scottsdale business community.

“We’re honored to be recognized for the second year in a row as a Best of Scottsdale Award winner,” said Bill Bryant, president of Saddleback Communications, in a press release. “The Saddleback team works hard daily to make a positive impact on our community by providing high-quality communications services to our customers.”

The Best of Scottsdale Award Program was created to honor and generate public recognition for the achievements and positive contributions of businesses and organizations in and around Scottsdale. Recognition is given to companies that have presented the ability to use their best practices and applied programs to generate competitive benefits and long-term value. Recipients are selected based on observed data supplied by independent third parties, and information is gathered internally by the Best of Scottsdale Award Program.

Saddleback Communications has been providing telephone, data and internet services to Community residents and businesses since 1997. It provides custom business communications solutions including contact center as a service, unified communications as a service, collaboration, SIP trunking, point-to-point Ethernet and dedicated internet access. In the last two decades, Saddleback has invested millions of dollars in advancing communications to provide high-availability connectivity and cloud-based collaboration to businesses as well as voice and high-speed internet services to residents of the SRPMIC. Learn more at www.saddlebackcomm.com.

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