About Ninja Number - The World's Simplest Phone System
Jay Reeder was an engineer who had built several voice platforms for big companies and created several companies of his own. Graham Taylor was a salesman who had recently moved to the United States from Scotland to find a promising sales opportunity.
One night they were at a local bar; Taylor was checking in with Reeder, who was one of his clients. As they talked about telecommunications over a pitcher of beer, the topic turned to virtual phone systems. The two realized that they could create a new system with brand new features never used before and offer this software to small businesses.
They launched the product to a small group of businesses and received more referrals than they could support on the test platform. The buzz was that there was finally a solution for small businesses to use to handle phone communications at an affordable price.
And so their company, NextPBX was born.
Fast forward a few years. Excited by the idea that their phone service seemed to embody the high standards, ingenuity, and resourcefulness of ninjas, the two contemplated a name change. They simplified the system and, using artificial intelligence, enhanced it to help entrepreneurs make more sales.
So we now have the simple, intelligent and affordable Ninja Number.
We want to help entrepreneurs make more money by helping them get back to sales leads quickly. We do this by making sure they never leave a lead behind, reminding them of phone calls, texts and voicemails, and using artificial intelligence to automate responses to commonly asked questions.
We believe in Ninja Number. We believe that it will help entrepreneurs make more sales by encouraging them to return phone calls – something that is sorely lacking among businesses. We’re a small but close-knit team; we’re passionate about our jobs and the product we create. No problem is too difficult for us to handle.
We maintain a fun environment – stress-free, with each team member aiming to create something beautiful and helpful. We have goals, but are flexible enough so that we can change plans if someone has a better idea. We don’t settle for mediocrity. Our customers demand our best, and we give our best every day.