2RING Software


2Ring, a Cisco Preferred Solution Partner, has been active in the field of services for contact centers and IP telephony since 2001.

We have twice ranked among the fastest growing IT companies according to Deloitte Technology Fast 50 CE (2008, 2010).

Our EMEAR headquarters is in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the North American office, serving customers from North and South America and the APAC region, is in Sacramento, California.

Our mission

We truly understand that flexibility is a requirement for working in the business-to-business (B2B) segment, and the use of AGILE methodology in the development of our solutions helps us quickly react and adapt to the needs of our customers, whether a Fortune 500 company or a small 10-agent contact center.

Our focus

Thanks to our large suite of high-quality software products for a specific market niche, we successfully employ an indirect sales strategy that allows system integrators to pick 2Ring as a one-stop shop for 3rd party add-ons for their clients.

We focus on our core activity – software development and consultations, and 2Ring resellers, instead of spending time on many fragmented custom development efforts, satisfy clients’ needs with cost effective solutions that have a roadmap aligned with Cisco’s collaboration portfolio and with solutions that their system engineers can deploy repeatedly and support with ease.

Flexible Solutions for Unified Communications & Contact Centers


Gadgets for Cisco Finesse

2Ring GADGETS for Cisco Finesse is a vital extension for all Cisco Finesse deployments Offered in two bundles – STANDARD and ENHANCED, the gadgets are a solution of great value especially if you are looking to integrate Cisco Contact Center with multiple information systems, improve collaboration among agents, and connect

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Dashboards & Wallboards

2RING Dashboards & Wallboards is a software solution that empowers business users and supervisors to deliver information in real-time to every screen needed A screen doesn’t only mean large plasma screens in contact centers and break-rooms, the individual workstations of agents, supervisors, or even managers who are not part of

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