Cutting edge software makes RingCentral and GotoMeeting a little confusing at first because it can take some time for administrators to get a hold over new interfaces. Both platforms offer slick and responsive software that becomes far less cumbersome once you’ve configured a few users. GoToMeeting is among the most uncluttered conferencing platforms to use, but part of the reason for that is its lack of advanced meeting options like polling. To help its users to settle into its interface more forgivingly, RingCentral has included a number of tutorials with its software.
RingCentral supports a stellar array of IP phones alongside the preconfigured ones it sells directly to clients. It also supports a massive 1000 conference callers. If you need to transition to an on-site VoIP system, you merely need to plug your preconfigured phones into the network and turn them on.
GotoMeeting works on all Android devices. Its network is reliable, but you need PINs and access codes to use it. This system has allowed the platform to conform to the HIPAA compliance act, so if privacy is of chief concern, you’re covered.
When your business is still in its infancy, every product or service you use needs to grow easily with you. VoIP platforms are no different, and these two both achieve that through a range of pricing structures. RingCentral VS and GotoMeeting have similar entry prices. RingCentral scales up and down smoothly and is offered at no extra cost to owners of RingCentral Office. It’s open platform, so if you need to add other applications to it, your imagination is your only limit. Its plans are divided into Standard, Premium, and Enterprise editions. GoToMeeting offers Starter, Pro, and Plus plans.
Free trials are offered on both platforms, so you’ll be able to take your time in testing out which pricing model you need to begin with.
It's hard to put a price on RingCentral meetings since the software is included with even the basic VoIP PBX plan for free on Android, iOS, Mac and Windows.
If we consider this basic RingCentral plan, which goes for about the same $25 per user as GotoMeeting then RingCentral Meetings walks away the clear winner. As your company grows so does the value in RingCentral. GotoMeeting needs to add a lot of value to their offering in order try to compete.
GotoMeeting Vs RingCentral Meetings - Both Include:
RingCentral’s package is tightly put together and well thought out. It’s been carefully integrated with all core applications, and it offers an unparalleled breadth of services. GotoMeeting has remained RingCentral’s primary competitor in the online meeting space for excellent reason, but its focus has been on the robustness of its platform rather than on the features themselves.