Vodafone Business Ireland and RingCentral unveil solution to facilitate collaboration across devices

Vodafone Business Ireland and RingCentral unveil solution to facilitate collaboration across devices Duncan is an award-winning editor with more than 20 years experience in journalism. Having launched his tech journalism career as editor of Arabian Computer News in Dubai, he has since edited an array of tech and digital marketing publications, including Computer Business Review, TechWeekEurope, Figaro Digital, Digit and Marketing Gazette.

Vodafone Business Ireland and RingCentral, a provider of AI-driven cloud business communications, contact centre, video and hybrid event solutions, have launched of Vodafone Business UC with RingCentral to organizations of all sizes in Ireland.

Already accessible in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany and the UK, this solution enables businesses to facilitate seamless communication and collaboration for their workforces from virtually any device, anywhere, at any time. With this offering, Vodafone Business Ireland and RingCentral are empowering businesses to embrace the evolving landscape of hybrid work. 

This launch coincides with great market momentum. Currently, unified communications cloud penetration in Ireland stands at 43.7%, with projected growth exceeding 80% by 2028, according to a Cavell Group report. This enormous, projected uptick in cloud penetration is not surprising given that Ireland ranks among Europe’s leaders in remote or hybrid work job postings, as indicated by an Indeed report. To best fuel hybrid work, Irish businesses require a resilient and secure communications solution that is flexible and easy to implement across dispersed workforces.  

Vodafone Business UC with RingCentral offers robust collaboration capabilities, including team messaging, video meetings, and a feature-rich, cloud-based system, ensuring customers can streamline workflows and optimize workforce productivity. The solution also integrates with many popular applications, and with RingCentral’s AI-powered platform, organizations can leverage conversation intelligence and actionable insights to augment communication experiences.   

John McCarthy, head of product & partner for Vodafone Business Ireland, said: “Workplace needs are changing, and legacy voice technologies such as PSTN are sunsetting.

“Vodafone Business UC with RingCentral is a uniquely flexible communication and collaboration solution that will help businesses take control and become more efficient, agile and future-ready, while delivering a world class connectivity and service for better customer experience.”     

Lee Williams, AVP International Service Providers, RingCentral, said: “We’re thrilled to deepen our collaboration with Vodafone Business as we broaden our European footprint to Ireland, delivering enterprise-grade communications to businesses of all sizes.

“Vodafone Business UC with RingCentral offers a tailored solution fostering productivity and adaptability so organizations can facilitate successful hybrid work.”  

Vodafone Business UC with RingCentral is now available in Ireland for new and existing Vodafone Business customers. For more information, visit www.vodafone.ie.  


Vodafone is the largest pan-European and African telecommunications company. Our purpose is to connect for a better future using technology to improve lives, digitizing critical sectors and enabling inclusive and sustainable digital societies. 

Vodafone provides mobile and fixed-line services to more than 300 million customers in 17 countries, and has agreements with mobile networks in a further 46 countries. Vodafone is a global leader in the Internet of Things (IoT), connecting more than 160 million devices and platforms. With Vodacom Financial Services and M-Pesa, we have the largest financial technology platform in Africa, serving more than 56 million people in six countries. 

We are committed to reducing our environmental impact to reach net zero emissions by 2040, while helping our customers reduce their own carbon emissions by 350 million tonnes by 2030. We are driving action to reduce device waste and reach our goal of reusing, reselling or recycling 100% of the waste from our network equipment. 

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