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To begin receiving phone calls through Ringio, all you need is a phone. Ringio works with cell phones, landlines, VOIP phones such as Vonage, Skype online numbers… any 10-digit phone number is enough for Ringio to send you phone calls.
If you would like to take advantage of some great features such as Smart Screen Pops, Google CRM Sync, Shared Address Book or Smart Presence you need to use Ringio Desktop or Ringio Mobile.
Ringio Desktop runs on Windows, Mac and Linux computers. Ringio Mobile runs on Android smartphones such as the Google Nexus One, the Motorola Droid, HTC Dream or Motorola Cliq.
Ringio Desktop is software for your computer that can help you visualize who is calling by showing Smart Screen Pops when a call comes into your business, whether it is a call for an employee or a department.
With Ringio Desktop, making phone calls and visually controlling them -putting a caller on hold, transferring it to another person– is easy. With the Google CRM Sync integration, Ringio Desktop helps you manage all your contacts in real time.
Ringio Mobile for Android is an application for your Android device. Ringio Mobile turns your smart-phone into a voice control center.
Access, modify and process all your communications activities, see if your colleagues are online, and effortlessly make and receive business phone calls.
Best Part Is:
You don’t need a phone system to use Ringio. All you need is a phone for each employee that you would like to route calls to.
If you have phone system like a PBX, Netcentrex or Hosted VOIP, Ringio is designed to enhance the solution you already have and not to replace it. If you have such a system, foward your calls to Ringio.
Then Ringio answers the call according to its intelligent personalization engine, and decides how to best route it. Once they find the right person, they can transfer the call back to your phone system.