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June 13, 2014

Simply Hired Deploys RingCentral Office

Simply Hired, a job search engine that aggregates online job listings, has recently deployed RingCentral’s (News - Alert) (News - Alert) cloud-based communications solution, RingCentral Office, to cut down the need for system update, while decreasing the downtime.      

The new deployment is helping Simply Hired’s 150 employees to operate a user-friendly system that allows them to adjust a number of features and preferences in real-time.

Simply Hired’s previous on-premise PBX (News - Alert) (News - Alert) system needed regular updates and also needed external technicians for servicing. Martin Scott, IT Specialist at Simply Hired, said that the previous system was outdated, under-equipped and lacking crucial features.

“Hardware eventually fails at some point, so I’m thrilled that the employees at Simply Hired now have a more efficient, reliable and practical cloud based phone system,” Scott said. “With RingCentral, the new releases are updated automatically and I can make administrative changes while remote and on the go, which saves me a lot of time,” added Scott.

The RingCentral Office includes popular call management features such as multiple extensions, call forwarding, call transfer, paging, ring groups (call handling by department or group), voicemail, auto attendant, basic unified messaging and many more. The service also delivers some advanced capabilities at no extra cost. Subscribers can take advantage of desktop and mobile client applications for Windows PCs, Mac computers, iOS, Android (News - Alert) (News - Alert) and BlackBerry (News - Alert) mobile devices and a meet-me conferencing bridge for up to 1,000 attendees.

RingCentral Meetings for multi-point video conferencing and Web sharing is included at no additional charge with all RingCentral Office editions; Enterprise Edition supports 50 participants per meeting. Monthly pricing depends on the number of users.

Recently, the company introduced a new Web and video conferencing service (RingCentral Meetings) and updated its mobile client application with additional features designed to improve workplace productivity and efficiency.

RingCentral is a cloud business communications provider based in San Mateo, California and is currently focusing on the enterprise market, and developing new features and applications that are important to every business.

Edited by Rory J. Thompson

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