RingCentral Expands to Enterprise

— January 26, 2014

RingCentral, Inc., a provider of cloud business communications solutions, has launched its Office Enterprise Edition, which comes with RingCentral Meetings, a multi-point HD video conferencing and screen sharing technology built for smartphones, tablets and computers.
“The proliferation of mobile devices and the growing BYOD phenomenon has pushed legacy on-premise communications systems beyond their capability to serve today's distributed and mobile workforces," said Robert Mahowald, Program Vice President for SaaS and Cloud Services, IDC. "To support the demands of the modern workplace, enterprises are turning to integrated cloud communications solutions.”

RingCentral Office Enterprise Edition includes unified voice, fax, and text with single business identity, advanced call management and recordings, global conference calling out out-of-the-box integrations with Salesforce, Microsoft, Google, Box, Dropbox.

In addition, the solution offers rich mobile apps for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, along with support services and RingCentral Meetings with HD video and web share.
“In the past, lack of integration between our business communications applications has been a major pain-point for our organization along with fragmentation and wasted time,” said Harold Wong, IT manager, Geary LSF Group. “RingCentral Enterprise Edition provides us with an integrated, easy to use solution at a low all-inclusive price.”
RingCentral Meetings includes device support, multi-point HD Video conferencing and interactive screen sharing. Users can also share presentations or other documents from Box and Dropbox as well as websites and photos. Meetings can be scheduled, started and managed from smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs while integrated chat can be initiated from any device.


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