Today, RingCentral is kicking off its annual user conference, ConnectCentral 2017, in San Francisco where RingCentral customers, partners, and influencers are gathering to explore the power of connection and the future of the digital workplace.When we think about where the industry is today and how far we have come in the last decade, one thing stands out. Today, voice and video communications, combined with team messaging and collaboration, are proving to be part of something larger -- what we call “collaborative communications.” At RingCentral, we’re not just unifying different modes of conversation, but enabling open, intelligent workflows through integrations to create a seamless experience,

The first day of RingCentral’s ConnectCentral annual conference included a series of RingCentral University sessions offering in-depth training to those responsible for managing their organizations’ product and solutions experiences.RingCentral Office training was divided into two levels, with the Level 2 class delving deeper into debugging network issues (for example, related to the Session Initiation Protocol or SIP). The Level 1 class touched on those issues also, with an emphasis on the most commonly useful troubleshooting tips, but also took a broader look at the RingCentral platform, including RingCentral Meetings and Glip. A third session focused on RingCentral Contact

This year’s ConnectCentral Hackathon was a wild ride, with teams collaborating, hustling, and developing some thrilling hacks. Just this past weekend, on October 21-22, teams competed in a fierce and fun competition of wits and innovation.Preceding RingCentral’s ConnectCentral 2017 annual conference, the industry’s premier cloud communications event, developers were invited to build in three categories of hacks, including: State-of-the-art chatbots: Participants were challenged to build from scratch or port existing messaging, virtual assistant, customer service, or e-commercial bots from other frameworks to the RingCentral Glip bot framework. Awesome customer experiences: Hackers could use RingCentral Connect Platform APIs to build next-generation interactive experiences that improve

Post to Twitter and Instagram to be automatically entered into our social contest.In a few short days, we’ll be gathering in San Francisco to explore the power of connection at ConnectCentral 2017, the industry’s premier cloud communications event. It’s going to be an action-packed three days filled with memorable keynote speeches, valuable breakout sessions, and thought-provoking panel discussions. And we want to encourage all attendees to share the fun and excitement of ConnectCentral 2017 with those unable to join us live.For your chance to win great prizes, simply post to Twitter and Instagram using #ConnectCentral17 and @RingCentral throughout the conference. We will award a prize each

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