News : RingCentral Secures Two New Government Contracting Vehicles for State, Local & Education Clients
Belmont, CA, USA, Feb 6, 2019 -- RingCentral, Inc. (NYSE: RNG), a provider of global enterprise cloud communications, collaboration, and contact center solutions, announced that it has secured major government contracting vehicles.
These vehicles are aimed at streamlining the purchasing process for state agencies, local municipalities, counties, cities, and districts, as well as school districts and higher education institutions across the country. This will enable them to transition their communications from legacy on-premises systems to cloud solutions for greater reliability, mobility, and efficiency.
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RingCentral, a cloud communications solutions provider, offers unified voice, video, team messaging, conferencing, online meetings, digital customer engagement and integrated contact center solutions to organizations globally.
"The public sector is plagued with legacy on-premises systems that are obsolete, unreliable, expensive and provide only voice communications capabilities," said Mitch Tarica, SVP of worldwide sales, RingCentral. "Our cloud communications solutions deliver a rich set of communications capabilities and decrease costs so public sector clients can more deeply engage with their constituents."
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RingCentral is a publicly traded provider of cloud-based phone systems for businesses. It is headquartered in Belmont, California and has offices in Denver, Colorado; Manila, Philippines; Xiamen, China; St. Petersburg, Russia and Odessa Ukraine.
Published: Friday, February 8, 2019