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Virtual Receptionist Ruby Wins Awards

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Ruby Receptionists. These folks do a kick butt job of providing top notch front line customer service as your virtual receptionist.

I recently found out that Ruby won several cool awards. First, they’re on the list of Portland Business Journal’s 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies for 2010. Second, Oregon Business Magazine named Ruby as one of the “100 Best Companies To Work For.” And finally, Ruby was also named as one of the “Best Green Companies To Work For.”

Here’s my take: awards are cool. But actions speak louder than lists. I’m continually impressed with Ruby’s great attitude and their ability to smoothly handle calls for me.

They know their business. And it’s much more than answering the phone. They know how to treat clients.

The bottom line: Ruby is good for my business, and obviously they help lots of other folks too. If you want to give them a try, get free activation and their 21-day money back guarantee.

Note: I’m a happy Ruby customer. I recommend them based on the incredible value they bring to my business. If you sign up using this form (or just tell them that Andrew Flusche referred you), I receive a small payment from Ruby. I guarantee that I’ve paid them much more than they’ve paid me. They’re worth every penny.

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22 Responses to “Virtual Receptionist Ruby Wins Awards”

  1. Diana Stepleton
    July 15th, 2010

    Thank you for the kind words Andrew! We’re delighted that you’re so pleased with the service.

  2. Chuck Newton
    July 16th, 2010

    No secret at all.

  3. camping kaszuby
    July 26th, 2010

    Great blog, keep doing the good work

  4. ismail
    July 26th, 2010

    Great blog Andrew.

    Happy blogging

  5. mattress cover
    August 2nd, 2010

    happy for their awards and as you wrote that “they know how to treat clients” they received them deservedly
    thanks for share and keep poting

  6. JuJu Penpals
    August 5th, 2010

    Ruby continues to grow, which our site is well appreciative of. It’s funny that more inefficient systems continue to dominate, but when our users seek new friends or penpals they are well aware of how much faster our interface works!

  7. meble apteczne
    August 11th, 2010

    Thanks for posting your thoughts

  8. Laptop Repair PAL
    August 11th, 2010

    Interesting Article. We are a computer franchise and still feel you can’t beat having the phone anwser buy a real and local person. We have toyed with the idea of having a call center but we feel we wont convert as many calls that way. but still as our franchisees get more and more busy, we are left with hard choices to make and might need to go round this root.

    Great Article Many Thanks

  9. Mississauga movers
    August 13th, 2010

    Cool, I didn’t even know that there are awards for virtual receptionist companies. Sounds like they can really be a good, cost-effective solution for many small businesses.

  10. Misha
    August 15th, 2010

    Great Blog Andrew! and ye its not secret at all 😀

  11. dodatki krawieckie
    August 16th, 2010

    I really like your posts Andrew. Keep posting!

  12. Nick Marquez | Verkooptraining
    August 17th, 2010

    It is great to work with people who really help you. To keep a client happy, as Ruby receptionist does is the best marketing for your company. Your customers will create more customers.

  13. vansci123
    August 24th, 2010

    We have toyed with the idea of having a call center but we feel we wont convert as many calls that way.

  14. make money adsense
    September 1st, 2010

    Haven’t thought of having a virtual receptionist before but might give it a go. Sounds like a couple of you have tried Ruby Receptionists. Any other pros and cons?

  15. Golf Eagles
    September 6th, 2010

    I have to try this Ruby out!! sounds brilliant

  16. Costa del Sol of golf in Marbella
    September 6th, 2010

    Fantasic, im pleased it won this award! very pleased.

  17. Settlement Funding
    September 7th, 2010

    I’ve often thought about hiring virtual assistants, receptionists, etc., but there’s always that part of me that is nervous about offloading some business-critical functions. Did you ever feel that? If so, how did you get over it?

  18. hebergement image
    September 13th, 2010

    Really good work, continue blogging, i love your web site, thx 😉

  19. Air Conditioning Maintainance
    September 13th, 2010

    Sounds like a couple of you have tried Ruby Receptionists. Any other pros and cons?Cool, I didn’t even know that there are awards for virtual receptionist companies.

  20. Opal
    September 14th, 2010

    Ah, I could do with a virtual receptionist. Especially one who when confronted by someone I wish to avoid, will rise to the occasion and when asked when I am available, say “never”. 😉 In answer to the above comment, hiring someone to do something for you in a way that saves resources is a skill; in the same way that doing it yourself is a skill. I think you can usually find plenty to offload, and you have to trust someone, otherwise don’t hire ’em.

  21. WEEE compliance
    October 6th, 2010

    I really want to get a virtual receptionist like this for my business. They work so well

  22. Ruby,,, Ruby,, ruby,, ruby!!

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