Over the last nine months, Avaya has been making waves in the news with rumors swirling about. After exiting bankruptcy protection in 2017 and becoming a publicly traded company, Avaya reported nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars in revenue in Q1 of last year. People started to wonder, “What is Avaya?” Avaya is a multinational tech company that specializes in unified communications. Specializing even further, Avaya is one of the only UCaaS companies targeting government operations, which has a high barrier to entry for a number of reasons. As a leading provider of Avaya solutions, High Country has been watching the evolution of the company and the associated rumors carefully. Let’s review the recent timeline of this UCaaS leader and see where it might be headed next.
When it comes to determining what provider offers the right unified communications technology for your business, there are a lot of factors to consider. Some of the leading providers are hard to distinguish when you are looking at benefits to your company and business model. As the industry grows and providers are acquired by one another and leaders change and diversify, it becomes even more challenging for business leaders to feel confident in their decision to opt for one provider over another. In order to alleviate some of those difficulties, today, we are going to talk about the relationship between Avaya vs. Shoretel.
Mitel has long-since been a leader in the communication technology industry. In order to maintain their competitive edge, Mitel continuously improves their technology offerings, making them more sophisticated and easier to use. Mitel Connect is no exception. Mitel Connect is a multi-platform application that is the peak of unified communications technology in today’s market. Let’s talk about five key reasons Mitel Connect is able to help businesses across industries streamline their operations.