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Detroit Pistons partner with RingCentral

The NBA’s Detroit Pistons have announced a long-term strategic partnership with cloud communications provider RingCentral.

Under the deal, RingCentral will work with the Pistons on consolidating communications into a single platform and integrating channels for front office use.

The Pistons will provide RingCentral with a presence on digital screens throughout the arena, in-market activation and hospitality opportunities.

RingCentral recently secured a lucrative deal with NBA Champion Golden State Warriors, aiding the team’s move to its new home in San Francisco.


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