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Broadview Networks – Why Work For Us?

Broadview Networks is the premier information technology and communications partner for businesses across the country. Founded in 1996, Broadview has grown from a regional telecomm company to a national provider of cloud-based solutions, linking traditional technologies with next-gen services to deliver a complete portfolio of voice, data and Internet services.

Broadview owns and operates its own advanced, converged network, built on a redundant fiber-optic backbone. This network allows Broadview to guarantee quality for many of our services. Broadview's next-gen offerings include OfficeSuite®, a cloud-based voice solution; cloud-based data storage and back-up and OfficeAnywhere®, a cloud-based collaborative solution. Broadview is unique in its ability to not only provide the most technologically advanced solutions, but also to offer traditional business and T1 lines and Internet access options.

Every day, tens of thousands of businesses rely on Broadview Networks for voice, data and Internet applications and access.

Broadview’s products and services are available nationwide. Our corporate offices are headquartered in Rye Brook, New York.

Broadview Networks is helping to provide vital services and programs to more than 20,000 people with disabilities through the YAI and Broadview Networks Central Park Challenge. 
Broadview has also been changing lives by hiring employees of The Corporate Source, a member of the YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network.

The Corporate Source provides employment for graduates of YAI/NIPD's employment training programs through outsourcing contracts with the public and private sectors.

Last May, Broadview created three employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Broadview’s on-site manager was so impressed with the quality, accuracy and pace of their work that he requested five additional workers for a new facility.

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Ken Shulman (CTO), Mike Robinson (CEO) and other employees at the 2013 YAI Central Park Challenge
CEO Mike Robinson, a few employees and YAI Corporate Source team members
The YAI Corporate Source (Broadview) team sharing lunch!

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Broadview Networks Reviews

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Broadview Networks President and CEO Michael K. Robinson
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    great company to work for.

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative

    I worked at Broadview Networks full-time for more than a year


    great salary+commission, motivated and friendly staff.


    company was not providing customers full satisfaction or the service we signed them up for.

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    Already went bank corrupt (out of business).

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Broadview Networks Interviews

Updated Jun 6, 2014
Updated Jun 6, 2014

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    Anonymous Employee  in  Rye Brook, NY
    Anonymous Employee in Rye Brook, NY
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    I applied online. The process took 2 days - interviewed at Broadview Networks in May 2014.

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    I applied online and got a call back almost immediately from a recruiter wanting to speak to me and telling me my background is perfect for this job. She set me up for a formal phone interview with the hiring manager the following day, and we had a brief conversation. None of the questions he asked were difficult. At the end of the call I asked him what next steps would be, and he said he wants to set me up for an additional phone interview with his boss to which I agreed. I followed up with HR twice and never heard back. Very unprofessional. Based upon that alone I would not advise anyone to work with these people. If their HR department, the face of the company to incoming talent, cannot respect a candidate on their way in the door why would they respect you as an employee? No wonder there are constant complaints about morale being low and employees seem miserable.

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Broadview Networks Awards & Accolades

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Top 100 Cloud Services Providers Report, Talkin’ Cloud 100 Report, 2013
Top Private Company COO, ExecRank, 2012
Customer Experience Transformation Award, People Metrics, 2013
Gold Winner: Best Products & Services Award for Telecommuting, Network Products Guide, 2013
Top Technology Employer, Philadelphia Business Journal, 2013
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Additional Info

Headquarters Rye Brook, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1996
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Comcast, 8x8, RingCentral

Broadview Networks is a leading information technology and cloud services provider serving business customers since 1996. Broadview has built and operates its own advanced communications network and offers next-generation services including cloud-based phone systems, integrated networking services, cloud-computing services, as well as traditional voice, data and Internet... More

Mission: Broadview helps organizations leverage technology to meet or exceed business objectives and challenges.

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