Unified communications vendor Avaya has seen a dip in revenue during the second quarter of fiscal 2019, with the company saying it earned US$709 million, a fall of 3.9% from the first quarter, and adding that it was exploring a buyout.
Unified communications vendor Avaya is partnering with international banking group Standard Chartered to deliver a multi-year customer experience transformation project aimed at enabling the bank to further align its services with digitally-connected clients.
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