REDDING, CT — LeBlanc Communications Group, Inc., a telecommunications provider serving Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and the surrounding Northeast region, has announced it will now operate under the name of Cumulus Communications, Inc. The rebranding strategy reflects the company’s growing focus on cloud-based solutions for businesses, schools and nonprofit organizations.
“Our rebranding comes at an exciting time, as we continue expanding our capabilities to bring our clients the best communications solutions tailored to their individual needs,” said Michael LeBlanc, CEO of Cumulus Communications on Monday. “A brand five years in the making, Cumulus reflects our role as a cloud-based provider designing platforms to streamline communications needs by connecting VoIP, video and audio conferencing, contact centers, video surveillance, and more from one reliable and friendly, local partner.”
Cumulus Communications, Inc. is headquartered at 38 High Ridge Road in Redding.
In a news release announcing the name change, LeBlanc touted the company’s hosted VoIP phone service which he said has played an important role in keeping communications up and running for many local businesses and nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Your phone system sits securely in our data center, backed up by redundant internet, power, cooling and security, and is reachable no matter your physical location,” said LeBlanc. “Calls can ring on your mobile app or desktop softphone application, where you can continue working from home or another offsite location.”
As part of its rebranding, the company has launched a new website to showcase its enhanced capabilities and services. The site provides detailed information about Cumulus’ products and programs, and features a blog offering connectivity best practices, the latest trends and industry insights.
“Our name has changed, but our commitment to our clients remains steadfast,” said LeBlanc. “We are still the same great, local team you have come to know and trust. The new website was created to be a hub of valuable information and resources that, like our client service, is available 24/7.”
This article originally appeared on the Weston-Redding-Easton Patch