The Roman philosopher, Seneca, couldn’t have been any more accurate when he opined that luck was merely a happy coincidence of training and the chance to execute thereon. Seeing as how it is St. Patrick’s Day and all, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on some pretty good luck that we’ve had at VirtualPBX recently.
Two Products, Two Awards
You may have already seen that the premium business telephone system, VirtualPBX Office, has won the Product of the Year as judged by our industry peers, but VirtualPBX Anywhere plans also just won Product of the Year for Exceptional Innovation this month, too. This is a little bit like lightning striking twice and, under the right circumstances, that could certainly seem like quite a lucky turn of fate. I, however, take a different view on the situation.
It was Thomas Jefferson who said that, “I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” It is through this lens that I humbly suggest we have come to this point in our history. We work pretty darn hard here to bring our customers the best products, backed by the best service that we can offer. When we stumble, we pick ourselves back up and try again. When we succeed, we ask, “How else can we improve on that next time?” This is how we have tried to create our own luck, and we are very grateful to have had so many of you to help guide us along the way.
That’s Gaelic for “good health” but it’s also just a nice way to toast you all today. To thank you for contributing to our efforts and to help share in the celebration of these two awards and today’s festivities, we’d like to offer you a pot of gold in the form of 10% savings on Anywhere Plans to you and your colleagues.
You can click here for all of the details on the 10% discount or you can always reach out to our local, live, and free Customer Support Team (who have also received awards for quality service in the past, I might add!) who are standing by to help in anyway they can. But don’t wait too long, this deal won’t last forever, and plus there may be some green beer in their future this evening, too.
Thanks again and have a safe and happy St. Paddy’s Day!