Compare Five9 and Nextiva VoIP - May 2022

Five9

ITQlick rating
(4.2/5)

starts at $149 per month

Five9 software is a comprehensive cloud-hosted contact center solution designed to serve inbound, outbound, omnichannel, or blended contact centers globally. The software uses the power of practical AI to enabl...

Categories: Auto Attendant, Auto Dialer / Predictive Dialer, Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Call Recording.

Nextiva VoIP

ITQlick rating
(4.2/5)

starts at $11.95 per user/month

Nextiva Business VoIP is cloud-based communication, collaboration, call center and telephony services designed for small businesses in multiple industry verticals. The solution helps the user eliminate the need...

Categories: Auto Attendant, Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Call Recording, Communications Workforce Scheduling, Computer Telephony Integration (CTI).

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Five9: 15 Features

ACD (Automatic Call Distribution)
ANI (Automatic Number Identification)
Auto Dialer
Blended Call Center
Call Conferencing
Call Queue Management
Call Recording
CRM with Call Center
CTI (Computer Telephony Integration)
DTMF (Dial Tone Multi-Frequency)
Inbound Call Center
IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
Outbound Call Center
Real Time Reporting
Virtual Call Center Support

Nextiva Business VoIP: 11 Features

3-Way Calling
Call Blocking
Call Forwarding
Call Hunt
Call Return (*69)
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Caller ID with Name
Repeat Dialing
Simultaneous Rings
Speed-Dial
Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / May 22, 2022

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Bottom Line: Which is Better - Five9 or Nextiva VoIP?

Five9 is more expensive to implement (TCO) than Nextiva VoIP, Nextiva VoIP is rated higher (93/100) than Five9 (88/100). Five9 offers more features (15) to their users than Nextiva VoIP (11).

Looking for the right Call Center solution for your business? buyers are primarily concerned about the real total cost of implementation (TCO), the full list of features, vendor reliability, user reviews, pros and cons. In this article we compare between the 2 software products:

Five9 Vs. Nextiva

Five9: Five9 offers an IVR with Speech Recognition that delivers robust speech application technology with the same easy-to-use graphical user interface for development that is provided in the Inbound Call Center. To optimize your staffing costs and improve agent productivity, Five9 provides an integrated Workforce Management solution.

Nextiva : People are our most valuable asset and the key to our success. We seek people that lead by hard work, commitment, integrity, ambition, and who are driven to be the best. Continuously strive to be the best. Be humble, because there is always someone better than us. Learn from others who have done it before us.

Who is more expensive? Five9 or Nextiva Business VoIP?

The real total cost of ownership (TCO) of Call Center software includes the software license, subscription fees, software training, customizations, hardware (if needed), maintenance & support and other related services. When calculating the TCO it's important to add all of these "hidden costs" as well. We prepared a TCO (Total Cost) calculator for Five9 and Nextiva Business VoIP.

Five9 price starts at $149 per month , on a scale between 1 to 10 Five9 Virtual Call Center is rated 6, which is similar to the average cost of Call Center software. Nextiva Business VoIP price starts at $11.95 per user/month , when comparing Nextiva Business VoIP to their competitors, the software is rated 2 - much lower than the average Call Center software cost.

Bottom line: Five9 is more expensive than Nextiva Business VoIP.

Which software includes more/better features?

We've compared Five9 Vs. Nextiva VoIP based on some of the most important and required Call Center features.

Five9: this software is considered "feature-rich" with more than 10 important features, here is a partial list: ACD (Automatic Call Distribution), ANI (Automatic Number Identification), Auto Dialer, Blended Call Center, Call Conferencing, Call Queue Management, Call Recording, CRM with Call Center.

Nextiva Business VoIP: 3-Way Calling, Call Blocking, Call Forwarding, Call Hunt, Call Return (*69).

Target customer size

Five9 is ideal for small to large businesses that handle customer service (particularly outsourcers or BPOs), sales and marketing, finance and collections. Nextiva is ideal for small companies and large call centers.

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Five9
ITQlick rating
4.2/5
Score
88/100
Pricing
6/10
License pricing
$149 per month
Functionality
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ITQlick rating
4.2/5
Score
93/100
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3.2/10
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$11.95 per user/month
Functionality
27
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ITQlick rating
4.5/5
Score
99/100
Pricing
3.6/10
License pricing
$11.95 per user/month
Functionality
20
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3.9/5
Score
93/100
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ITQlick rating
4.4/5
Score
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