RingCentral Earns Official Approval for G-Cloud 10

RingCentral and G-Cloud 10

As part of our quest to reimagine and enhance the world of business communications and collaboration, we recently achieved G-Cloud 10 approval.

RingCentral has proudly held accreditation for the G-Cloud 9 portal, and now we’re happy to say that we’ve passed the stringent testing criteria again, meeting with the government’s demands for strict adherence to in-depth best practices and security controls.

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At RingCentral, we’re committed to delivering next-level business communications, collaboration, and contact centre solutions to organisations around the world. That’s why we worked hand-in-hand with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to join the latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework that launched in July of this year.

The G-Cloud framework is a UK government initiative designed to simplify the process of procurement for public sector entities across the UK. Click To Tweet

We’re thrilled to announce that RingCentral Office® and RingCentral Contact Centre are both officially approved by the UK government, for procurement via the tenth interaction of the billion-pound G-Cloud portal. With our latest accreditation, we feel fully prepared to support public sector organisations throughout the United Kingdom with our innovative portfolio of award-winning solutions for creative, secure, and productive communications.

What is G-Cloud 10 and what does it mean to RingCentral users?

The G-Cloud framework is a UK government initiative designed to simplify the process of procurement for public sector entities across the UK. Created through a partnership between the Crown Commercial Service and the Government Digital Service, G-Cloud 10 is part of the UK government’s Digital Marketplace.

The tenth version of the G-Cloud portal was originally announced in March 2018, and the CSS agreed to start accepting bids from suppliers in April 2018. Since introducing the first G-Cloud iteration in 2012, the government has invested almost £3 billion on the system with 48% of that spend dedicated to small and mid-sized enterprises. The tenth version of G-Cloud was launched to meet the demands of new suppliers and refresh services for current providers.

A proven solution for public sector organisations

Our G-Cloud 10 accreditation sets us apart as one of a hand-picked selection of innovative services and products designed to boost workplace productivity, keep employees connected, and enhance customer experiences.

In a world where organisations face increasing pressure to delight their users and boost efficiency, RingCentral Office and the RingCentral Contact Centre can offer flexible, scalable, and feature-rich communications and collaboration solutions to organisations in the public sector. Our services are available through G-Cloud 10 at a cost-efficient and easy-to-understand per-user, per-month price with scalable services available from Tier 1 data centres across the UK.

As always, you can expect high-level biometric and physical security from RingCentral services, along with multiple redundancy layers, robust encryption, failover technology, and 24/7 system monitoring.

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Sahil Rekhi, Managing Director, RingCentral EMEA


    Sahil Rekhi is a natural technology evangelist, focussed on driving and enabling business transformation via technology. As the Managing Director for RingCentral EMEA, he is responsible for growing the RingCentral business across EMEA through direct sales, channel partners and strategic carrier partners. Having been with RingCentral for the past 5 years, Sahil has been responsible for launching and driving key strategic partnerships, growing the EMEA business and telling the RingCentral story globally. Sahil has been an industry veteran with 10+ years of experience in the telecommunications and technology industries having previously worked for Vodafone on Group strategy and the launch of FMC and UC services internationally.