After getting key regulatory approvals to operate in India from the Department of Telecommunications (DOT) and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) last month, the US-based global provider of cloud-based business communications and collaboration solutions RingCentral has announced plans to increase its headcount in India by 2024.
RingCentral will open its first physical office in Bengaluru and plans to double its workforce from the current 200 in the next 12 months in the country. Currently, RingCentral employees in India are working remotely from various locations.
With DOT and TRAI approval, RingCentral has become the first global cloud provider to offer fully compliant cloud phone services in India.
“India is a key strategic market for us, and adding this country as our 46th country for global availability of RingCentral MVP is an important milestone,” said Vlad Shmunis, founder, chairman, and CEO of RingCentral.”