RingCentral plans to double its workforce

RingCentral unveils its first India office in Bengaluru


With 200 employees working remotely from all over India, RingCentral, a US-based global provider of cloud-based business communications, is now set to open its India office in Bengaluru. The company also has ambitious plans to double its workforce within a year in the country.

Aiding multinational enterprises to adapt and attain global reach, RingCentral is already well established across the globe with a presence in 45 countries supporting 18 languages.

The department of telecommunications (DOT) as well as the telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI) have approved the company’s operations, making it the
first global cloud provider to offer fully compatible cloud phone services in India.

Sathesh Murthy, MD and engineering head, RingCentral India, believes that with the talent pool available in the country, the company will move ahead to innovate to provide AI-powered global communications solutions for Indian enterprises. Additionally, they will continue to invest in people to support learning, digital skills development, and training opportunities. 

Reiterating their commitment to delivering  top-notch communications solutions required by multinational organisations to arrive at improved business results, Dan Deklich, chief development officer, said that they look forward to an environment where collective efforts lead to employees thriving in the work place.

The company hopes to expand business operations as well as create several job opportunities across the country.


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