RingCentral Inc. Expands Denver Office
- Mar 27, 2014
San Mateo-headquartered RingCentral Inc. recently announced that the company is expanding its Denver office. The company provides cloud business communications solutions and had opened the Denver office in 2011 to increase sales, technical and customer support personnel as the company expanded nationally. Denver was chosen for its proximity to customers and access to a rich local pool of tech-savvy talent. In less than three years, the Denver office grew to over 100 employees. Over the next 12 to 18 months, RingCentral plans to nearly double its Denver area workforce.
Regional Vice President of Sales and General Manager of RingCentral’s Denver office, Dave DeMink, said in a statement: “The company is experiencing rapid growth and we are investing heavily in our most important asset, our people, as we innovate and scale. We expect the enterprise market to drive the next era in RingCentral’s success, and the Denver organization is a competitive differentiator for the company as we focus on growing local implementations and supporting our expanding up-market customer base.”
In other local news, the University of Denver recently announced that Denver philanthropists Anna and John Sie have donated $17 million to the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. The donation is the largest single private gift in the 50-year history of the Josef Korbel School and will fund the construction of a 43,000-square-foot building for the school.
The new construction will adjoin the school’s existing Cherrington Hall and the Sié Chéou-Kang Center and will form the Anna and John J. Sie International Relations Complex. University Architect Mark Rodgers and architectural firm Anderson Mason Dale are collaborating on the final design and groundbreaking is scheduled to take place in late summer of 2014. The construction is planned to be completed by December 2015.
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