Unified Ring Story

We are UnifiedRing

Our services can be customised to suit any business

Our story

Working towards a unified future

With over 20 years of telecommunication experience behind us, we have an unparalleled understanding of evolving business needs and an expert knowledge of industry-leading technology.

Changing how businesses communicate

Our mission is to help businesses of all sizes unify their entire workforce, customer base
and communication channels into one innovative platform.

Our Values

Service

We strive to provide the highest quality service to our clients. From enquiries through to installation and ongoing support, we make sure we’re there for you every step of the way.

Innovation

Technology is always evolving, and we believe we owe it to our customers to stay ahead of the curve. We’re committed to embracing change and finding new ways to benefit our clients.

Teamwork

Great partnership is the key to success. We encourage a collaborative approach internally, and we also want our clients to feel part of the Unified Ring team.

Freedom

Business operations are different for every business. To make sure all our clients are getting the best solution, we tailor all our services to match their specific needs and objectives.

Transparency

We believe openness and honesty is vital for great business. That’s why we ensure all our services and pricing structures are easy to understand, with no hidden costs.

Security

Privacy and security is paramount in today’s world. We do everything we can to ensure our platform is a secure environment that protects the data of our clients, as well as their customers.

Virtual Metting

70%

The figure of surveyed companies that indicated they have deployed Cloud communication or plan to do so.

Source: InformationWeek

30%-70%

The average savings of businesses that switch to VoIP.

Source: Telzio.com

90%

The savings on new business start-up costs by implementing VoIP technology.

Source: BeBusinessed.com

£1000

The monthly savings made by a business with 30 users that switched to VoIP.

Source: PCWorld