RingCentral

Company Overview
RingCentral (NYSE: RNG) is a publicly traded provider of cloud-based phone systems for businesses. It is headquartered in Belmont, California and has offices in Denver, Colorado; Manila, Philippines; Xiamen, China; St. Petersburg, Russia and Odessa Ukraine.

RingCentral CEO Vlad Shmunis founded the company in 1999. RingCentral investors included Doug Leone, Sequoia Capital, David Weiden, Khosla Ventures, Rob Theis, Scale Venture Partners, Bobby Yerramilli-Rao, Hermes Growth Partners and DAG Ventures. It completed its IPO in 2013

Our Products
RingCentral's flagship product is RingCentral Office. The company also offers RingCentral Professional, and RingCentral Fax.

RingCentral provides a cloud-based business phone system. It offers PBX features such as multiple extensions; call control; Outlook, Salesforce, Google Docs, DropBox and Box integration; SMS; video conferencing and web conferencing; fax; auto-receptionist; call logs; and rule-based call routing and answering. Customers do not require capital investment or maintenance contracts, which lowers customer costs and– as with most cloud-based technologies -- "potentially disrupts" traditional on-premise PBX providers.

RingCentral Office

RingCentral Office is a cloud-based PBX system for businesses. RingCentral Office features include call auto-attendant, company directory, call forwarding and handling, multiple extensions, a mobile app for iPhone and Android, Business SMS, video conferencing and screen-sharing, and fax.

RingCentral Professional

RingCentral Professional, is a suite that provides a universal telephone number, voice mail, dial-by-name directory, call-forwarding, and other features through a smartphone app on iPhone and Android devices.

RingCentral Fax

RingCentral Fax allows users to send and receive faxes through the Internet without a fax machine. The service integrates with Dropbox, Box, and Google Docs.

Recent Awards and Recognitions

    RingCentral was named a 2010 World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer.
  • PC Magazine has awarded RingCentral with two Editor's Choice Awards.RingCentral also won the
    2009 Product of the Year Award from Internet Telephony Magazine, and was named a 2009 CNET Webware 100 award winner.