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RingCentral Highlights New Mobile-Friendly Features at MobileBeat 2013

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mobilebeat2013 RingCentral is at VentureBeat’s MobileBeat 2013 conference this week in San Francisco! We’ve  just announced our latest mobile suite of features, not the least of which is a new version of the RingCentral mobile app for iOS and Android.

photo (1) The new app includes an easier navigation interface – you can now swipe left to access the main menu – and addresses a number of bugs. Plus, it features:

Don’t forget about Business SMS, as well – RingCentral’s first-in-class solution for sending text messages to business contacts. Business SMS is available exclusively with RingCentral’s iOS and Android apps in all U.S. and Canada Office plans. photo

And, on certain tiers of Office, we now have a Salesforce.com Windows app and automatic call recording. The former is ideal for Salesforce power users, as it brings a RingCentral dialer and contact manager directly into the Salesforce web interface. The latter is perfect for health care or financial-services organizations, where record-keeping and regulatory compliance are imperatives.

“It’s more than simply supporting mobile devices in the workplace,” RingCentral product marketing VP Nisha Ahluwalia says about our latest mobile features. “It’s about optimizing business communications for increased efficiency and productivity.”

Planning to be at this year’s MobileBeat conference? Don’t miss RingCentral network operations VP Curtis Peterson as he discusses the growing software-as-a-service market. He and executives from Easilydo and Crushpath will be speaking at 1:55pm Pacific time on Tuesday, July 9 in the Marina room.

Featured image courtesy of AndroidGuys.com.

Originally published Jul 09, 2013, updated Sep 03, 2020

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