RingCentral and Google: Enabling Productivity by Working Together in the Cloud

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google integrations webinar recap

Integrations are vital for a productive and ever-changing work environment. RingCentral, along with Google Cloud, continues to create a solution with time-saving tasks that give users the ability to communicate, collaborate, and connect anywhere and at any time.

RingCentral is dedicated to continuing to deepen its partnership with Google as a Recommended for Google Workspace partner by having eight integration points with Google.

For example, Open Mortgage, based out of Austin, TX, required a solution to streamline their daily collaboration needs. Open Mortgage has boosted their productivity by integrating RingCentral’s business communications with key Google Google Workspace applications that provide users with a centralized hub to do a variety of tasks such as make calls, send faxes, and schedule meetings within Gmail and Google Chrome.

View the on-demand webinar presented on March 22 to learn what RingCentral is doing to optimize communications by natively integrating with Google Workspace.

Originally published May 10, 2017, updated Aug 11, 2020

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