Glip has been known in the world of small- to medium-sized businesses for some time as a leader in real-time video chat and other communication tools. You may have heard that recently, Glip was acquired by RingCentral, another enterprise involved in the world of SME corporate solutions with VoIP solutions and online faxing. What does this signify for Glip as a company and more importantly, what are some of the advantages that you can expect to enjoy in the near future?
Reshaping Corporate Communications
We should first recognize that the world of cloud communications for businesses is defined by a number of disparate solutions. One of the issues is that integration has always been an aggravating problem. As Glip boasts streamlined capabilities to work with such systems as Dropbox, Asana, Evernote, Google and more, it is clear why this has been such an attractive venture.
However, it is just as important to observe that RingCentral has always been a leader in collaborative solutions. The synergy of these two enterprises may very well signify a massive shift in regards to the ways that you and your staff communicate with clients and other stakeholders.
Changes and Yet Familiarity
Over the next few months, Glip is going to be branded as RingCentral Teams. However, it will also continue as a dedicated and standalone service. So, you will very literally be able to experience the best of both worlds. Rich data-sharing applications will be combined with second-to-none levels of virtual business communications. Please keep in mind that this new application will be available to all current RingCentral Office clients. Likewise, the very same system can be used with Windows, Mac, iOS and Android systems. RingCentral is quite pleased to be able to offer such an additional interface, as user friendliness has certainly come to define the modern world of business.
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