Unified communications provider Avaya has launched a new cloud communications platform and communication applications-as-a-service that it claims ‘revolutionises’ the way businesses can use communications to connect with their customers and employees.
Avaya, better known in the Unified Communications space has outlined its transition to a software and services company.
Communications vendor Avaya has appointed Maan Al-Shakarchi as head of networking in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia-Pacific.
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