RingCentral partners with Telarus to offer cloud solutions

RingCentral, a provider of global enterprise cloud communications and contact centre solutions, has announced its master agent partnership with Telarus, a network, unified communications, and cloud services distributor.

RingCentral says it empowers organisations of all types and sizes to communicate, collaborate, and connect via any mode, any device, and any location. Its partnership with Telarus aims to help UK companies support their employees working from anywhere.

“Telarus understands the growing demand and market shift from on-premises legacy systems to cloud communications solutions, and we’re proud that they have chosen RingCentral as a strategic UCaaS partner,” said Zane Long, senior vice president of global partner sales at RingCentral. “Master agents such as Telarus are instrumental in enabling us to deliver industry-leading cloud communications solutions to customers, and this partnership will strengthen and accelerate our channel presence in the UK.”

RingCentral works with distributors, master agents, channel partners, and carrier partners to deliver cloud communications solutions to businesses around the world. It provides a mobile-first, unified message video phone solution, as well as digital customer engagement and integrated contact centre solutions to enable a seamless experience.

“We are excited to be working with RingCentral and proud that our relationship has been recognised with the Platinum Partner status,” commented Shane Speakman, vice president of business development – unified communications as a service, Telarus. “RingCentral is the industry leader in the growing UCaaS market. This partnership will allow us to bring the benefits of RingCentral’s cloud communications and collaboration services to companies across the UK.”

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