The RingCentral App Wins a 2019 TMC Labs Innovation Award

It’s not easy for a small business to sift through the industry noise, the hype, and the big promises from unified communications companies—let alone figure out which solution will actually deliver. And if you make a bad call, signing up with the wrong vendor can cause your business huge IT headaches and operational challenges.

But here’s some good news. If you’re one of those companies looking for a unified communications platform—for phone service, audio and video conferencing, online faxing, team messaging, etc.—INTERNET TELEPHONY Magazine has removed some of the risky guesswork for you.

The RingCentral unified communications app was just named a 2019 TMC Labs INTERNET TELEPHONY Innovation Award winner. Here’s how TMC’s CEO Rich Tehrani describes this year’s shortlist of recipients:

“The award truly distinguishes the companies who have made significant contributions to advancement and innovation within the IP Communications industry.”

Making big-company unified communications available to small businesses

In the case of the RingCentral app, those “significant contributions to advancement and innovation” include:

  • Offering businesses of any size an integrated communications hub that they can access anywhere, on any device
  • Providing small companies a cloud PBX solution with enterprise-grade reliability and quality
  • Allowing employees to use a single number for phone calls, online faxes, SMS text messages, and audio and video conferences
  • Enabling streamlined workflows by integrating with more than 100 business apps—including Salesforce, Google Drive, and Zendesk

 

Thank you, TMC, for recognizing the RingCentral app as an industry innovator!

See all of the winners of the 2019 TMC Labs Innovation Awards.

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    Mike leads RingCentral’s lifecycle marketing team and is one of the company’s many passionate small business advocates. He is a veteran tech executive with a long list of high-growth companies and successful M&A deals under his belt. Mike leads a split life between the Southern California and the Bay Area tech scenes … and loves it.