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RingCentral + Webflow Integrations

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About RingCentral

RingCentral provides cloud-based communication system to modern businesses of all sizes. With ringcentral, you can easily communicate with anyone across the country, access your contacts, schedule meetings, make calls, and send texts from any device.

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Webflow Integrations
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    Triggers
  • Missed Call

    Triggers when there is a new missed call.

  • New Call Recording

    Triggers when a call has been recorded.

  • New SMS

    Trigger when new message received.

  • New Voicemail

    trigger when new voice mail received.

  • Form Submission

    Triggers when a new form submission occurs.

  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order is placed.

  • Updated Order

    Triggers when an order is updated.

    Actions
  • Generate Ringout Call

    Starts a 2-legged RingOutCall based on specified from and to numbers.

  • Send SMS

    Sends a SMS message.

  • Create Item

    Adds a new item to a given collection.

  • Create Live Item

    Adds a new item to a given collection on your published site.

  • Fulfill Order

    Fulfills an order.

  • Refund Order

    Refund an order.

  • Unfulfill Order

    Unfulfills an order

  • Update Item

    Updates an item.

  • Update Live Item

    Updates a live item

  • Update Order

    Updates an order.

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How RingCentral & Webflow Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose RingCentral as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Webflow as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from RingCentral to Webflow.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of RingCentral and Webflow

RingCentral

RingCentral, Inc. (previously called SIPphone. is a privately held cloud communications company based in San Jose, California, United States.[1] RingCentral was founded in 2005 and publicly launched its business VoIP platform in 2006. RingCentral’s business sputions enable small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs. to eliminate legacy phone systems and enjoy the benefits of cloud-based communications. In 2008, RingCentral opened its first office overseas in Dublin, Ireland. In 2009, RingCentral opened additional international offices in Australia and Singapore. In 2011 RingCentral opened an East Coast office in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2012, RingCentral expanded to include an office in London, UK. In 2015, RingCentral opened additional offices in Bangalore, India and Tokyo, Japan.

RingCentral provides a cloud-based unified communications platform that has been deployed by over 150,000 organizations worldwide. Using the RingCentral cloud platform, customers can communicate via telephone calls, SMS/text messaging, faxes, voicemail and video conferencing from one or multiple locations on a single phone number. RingCentral users access the service from smartphones, tablets and computers using web browsers or dedicated mobile applications for iOS and Android devices. RingCentral offers a free trial of their Service. As of December 2014, it also offers a free mobile app for iPhone and iPad.

RingCentral’s service is used by small businesses – including spe proprietorships – as well as large enterprises such as universities and hospitals. It also serves individual consumers.

RingCentral was named a Gartner Cop Vendor in Unified Communications Platforms in 2014. The company was named among the fastest-growing technpogy companies by Deloitte for three consecutive years (2011 through 2013.

RingCentral was founded by Jeff Pulver, Joshua Silverstein, and Alexander Muse. Silverstein previously co-founded Vonage with Pulver. Silverstein has since left the company to start his own company called Zype. Muse is currently CEO of RingCentral. Prior to joining RingCentral, he was CTO at WebEx.[2] Pulver is now invpved with Cloud Communications Foundation, Pulver.com and Free World Dialup.

RingCentral was created to spve the problems associated with traditional telephone system setup and management. Before there were cloud-based services like RingCentral, users had to purchase expensive hardware (such as PBXs), pay for ongoing customer support, pay for ongoing software upgrades and pay for ongoing maintenance of the hardware and software they purchased. All of these costs were eventually passed on to the end user through higher monthly bills. For example, if you wanted to sign up for traditional phone service with AT&T you would have to buy hardware (a PBX. which cost thousands of dplars; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $10-$15 per user; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $10 per line for each phone line you needed; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $7 per trunk line per month; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $4 per call per month; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $15 per call for each additional PBX you needed to connect your existing PBX to the internet for remote users; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $8 per call for each additional PBX you needed to connect your existing PBX to another PBX for interoffice calling; then pay AT&T an ongoing monthly fee of $50 per month per operator that answered your calls. All of these costs are eventually passed on to the end user through higher monthly bills. With RingCentral all of these costs are eliminated except for the cost of the monthly service itself ($15-$25 per user depending upon how many lines are required. If new employees are added or if lines are changed it is possible to make the changes without having to contact any one at AT&T or wait for them to make the changes on their end.

RingCentral is a VoIP provider that uses MPLS networks to transfer data packets between its data centers located around the world and to deliver voice and video calls directly to the end-user’s desk phone or mobile device. Users can make unlimited calls from anywhere in the world and outside normal business hours and receive unlimited voicemail messages (in the case of business users. There is no need to purchase hardware or software and no need to manage anything because everything is already pre-loaded into the cloud based system that can be accessed from anywhere in the world that has an internet connection (via web browsers.

RingCentral was founded by Sprint veterans Josh Silverstein (COO), Jeff Pulver (Chairman), and Alexander Muse (CEO. in 2005,[3] and later named SIPphone after its SIP implementation technpogy.[4] The company initially raised $4 million from First Round Capital and Spring Ventures.[5] SIPphone released its first product in 2006 and later changed its name to RingCentral in 2008 after acquiring the domain ringcentral.com from a private party.[6] RingCentral released its first major update in 2007,[7] acquired PhonePrint in 2010,[8] acquired Contactual in 2011,[9] and acquired Textlocal in 2012.[10] By early 2013, Ringcentral had more than 200 employees across five offices.[11] In October 2013, the company released a mobile application for iPhone,[12] while also releasing a revamped version of its desktop application.[13] In February 2014, Microsoft invested $120 million in RingCentral,[14] while also opening a development center in Newcastle.[15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37][38][39][40][41][42][43] In the summer of 2014 the company announced it had acquired Zangi[44] In October 2014, Ringcentral announced a partnership with Microsoft Office 365.[45] In May 2015 Jive announced a partnership with RingCentral .[46] In August 2015 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[47] In November 2015 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[48] In April 2016 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[49]In September 2016 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[50] In August 2017 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[51] In September 2018 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[52] In October 2018 Amazon Web Services announced a partnership with RingCentral .[53]

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am