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Scot Stobbe asked ·

Use my RIngCentral account for 2 small companies

I am an owner of 2 very small businesses.  I am trying to set up my ring central account to allow me to interact with both of them at the same time and seamlessly.   I have tried to figure out how to do it on my own, but I just get confused.  I want to answer all calls as being forwarded to my cell.  I use the apps for both my phone and my mac so I can text or call from either.  I prefer not to have to have 2 accounts because I want to log in once and have access to text clients from either company.
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Chuck Fuscone answered ·
Hi Scot, does not sound like your ask is outside of RingCentral capabilities.  I have many customers using the system in this way

Are you looking for some consulting type service?  Someone that could walk you through the configuration and make sure things are properly setup to meet your needs?

If so please contact me directly so we could work together.

Thanks

Chuck
Certified RC Installer
chuckfuscone@gmail.com

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mike answered ·
I agree with Chuck.  There are a lot of businesses that do this. It just depends on how you want the phone menu to function and route calls.  You can take Chuck up on his offer to help, or give us a call. 

Mike 
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