RingCentral to aid Warriors move to Chase Center

Cloud-based communications company RingCentral has extended its deal with the Golden State Warriors to cover the NBA basketball franchise’s move to its new Chase Center arena.

RingCentral has partnered with the Warriors for the past four years. The new multi-year deal designates the company as the official enterprise cloud communications partner for the Warriors and a founding partner of Chase Center, the 18,064-seat arena scheduled to open in September 2019 in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighbourhood.

All Warriors business offices and Chase Center operations will use RingCentral to exclusively power their communications.

RingCentral’s deal also includes in-arena signage and branded charging stations at Chase Center.

The agreement comes just days after information technology company Hewlett Packard Enterprise signed up as a founding partner of Chase Center.

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