Atlanta, Georgia – June 20, 2016 – ProviDyn®, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofits, today announced it has joined the RingCentral, Inc. reseller partner program. RingCentral is a leading provider of cloud business communication and collaboration solutions with more than 300,000 users worldwide.
"As the number of cloud communications users is expected to doublein the next three years, adding a cloud phone system to our product offerings was an important decision to meet anticipated demand," said ProviDyn CEO Hamish Davidson. "We've long admired RingCentraland the work they've done to provide cloud communications businesses through their reseller partner program. That depth of experience, coupled with their reputation for providing quality ongoing reseller training, is the reasons we chose their solution."
RingCentral began displacing complex and outdated on-premise hardware phone systems in 2003. More than 4,000 reseller partners now offer RingCentral's carrier-grade reliability and systems that are easy to scale, manage and use. In its 2015 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications as a Service Worldwide report, Gartner Group said it regards RingCental as a leader in the worldwide UCaaS industry.
ProviDyn provides technology expertise, services and support to help small and mid-sized organizations sustain growth and strengthen performance. Backed by technology experts, ProviDyn helps organizations gain the full benefits of existing technology, make strategic investments in implementing new technology and maintain an infrastructure that is secure, reliable and flexible. ProviDyn offers managed services, mobile computing, IT strategy, virtualization, cloud computing, business continuity, network security and IP telephony. To learn more about how ProviDyn is driving business through technology and helping companies reduce costs, improve efficiency and maximize productivity, visit www.providyn.com.
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