Avaya has introduced its program to assist organisations considering cloud communications delivery models as part of their digital transformation. The program provides compelling incentives and the resources of its professional services team to help companies map the most effective and efficient path to implement Avaya OneCloud solutions for public, private or hybrid communications deployments.
For Avaya customers, the company will provide credits for perpetual licenses and reduced per-seat cloud pricing, as well as remove termination penalties on current support services contracts for those that implement an Avaya OneCloud solution. Avaya customers can also take advantage of Avaya cloud transformation workshops at reduced or even zero cost.
“Communications is foundational to digital success, driving improved collaboration and improving the customer experience, and cloud has become the new operating model for digital businesses,” said Zeus Kerravala, Founder & Principal Analyst, ZK Research. “For business leaders digitally transforming their communications via the cloud, it is important they find solutions that fit their workflows and a solution provider that offers a range of options. Avaya OneCloud offers the broadest selection of cloud options across every segment, and Avaya’s cloud transformation program will help organisations find the right solution that fits their unique requirements.”
Avaya OneCloud solutions for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) and Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS), provide organisations of all sizes with a fast, convenient and automated path to the benefits of cloud communications. Avaya currently has 3.7 million cloud seats between its public and private offerings, and continues to see increased adoption of its cloud solutions across a wide range of industries.
The UK and Ireland market is a key cloud market for Avaya, having seen a 90% year-on-year growth of Avaya cloud seats. This is largely based on the rapid uptake of powered by IP Office seats sold by partners including: Six Degrees, Formation Tech, BT Group, Vapour Cloud, Agility Communications, 4Net Technologies, Pennine Telecom ltd, Staveley Communications, Scansource and Westcon.
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