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Melinda Stoker
September 21, 2017
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Achieving Digital Transformation with Global Cloud Communications and Collaboration

Insights from Frost & Sullivan and Tuff Shed.

Today’s enterprise leaders are naturally always looking for ways to provide their companies with a competitive advantage. They want to streamline workflows across their entire organizations, allowing their employees to work anytime, anywhere, using their choice of communication devices.

During this live RingCentral webinar, Elka Popova, Vice President and Senior Fellow of Digital Transformation at Frost & Sullivan, will share key insights on the latest trends that are helping drive the digital transformation for today’s businesses. She will discuss how enterprises are gaining scalable efficiencies by integrating popular SaaS solutions with cloud communications. Plus, she’ll outline how to automate workflows with chatbots and how to drive superior outcomes using AI.

RingCentral customer Erik Peterson, Application Support Analyst at Tuff Shed, will also talk about how his company has enabled digital transformation via cloud communications and collaboration solutions. He’ll discuss how Tuff Shed takes advantage of the RingCentral for Salesforce integration to help its employees communicate more quickly with each other and work together more effectively.

Want to learn how your enterprise can save time, streamline processes, and enable an “always connected” workforce with vendors, partners, and customers? Mark your calendar now to attend the live RingCentral webinar, “Achieving Digital Transformation with Global Cloud Communications and Collaboration.” Register now.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Time: 10 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET

Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recently named RingCentral as 2017 Company of the Year in the Hosted IP Telephony and Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS), North America report. Read why the firm thinks RingCentral is “better positioned to serve distributed organizations and reach a broader addressable market than most of its UCaaS competitors.”