RingCentral, Inc., a leading provider of global enterprise cloud communications, collaboration, and contact center solutions, announced that it is featured in the new Amazon Web Services (AWS) Activate Console Exclusive Offers program. This means that startups building on AWS can now access customized, discounted offers on RingCentral Office®, the company’s flagship product offering, directly through the AWS Activate Console.
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RingCentral Office is a secure, reliable, and open cloud communications platform. It offers team messaging, video meeting, and cloud phone system capabilities in one single unified solutions, giving teams the ability to communicate and collaborate on any device and from anywhere. Inclusion in the Activate Console Exclusive Offers program recognizes RingCentral Office as a solution that is important to the growth of the startups building and scaling their companies on AWS. The offer is available to startups in North America, EMEA, APAC, and LATAM.
“Startups are essential to keep the innovation engine of any economy running. They are instrumental in creating disruptions that result in new ways of thinking and, in many cases, creating paradigm shifts,” said Anand Eswaran, president and chief operating officer, RingCentral. “We are excited to be included in the Activate Console so startups can continue to grow and succeed at every stage of their journey.”
The AWS Activate program provides startups with free credits, training, and technical resources to help them accelerate their growth and development as they build their businesses. From the Activate Console, startups can take advantage of everything AWS has to offer, as well as exclusive discounts, credits, free trials, mentorship opportunities, educational content, and other perks from vetted and approved software vendors such as RingCentral.
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