Avaya today announced its plan to establish a strategic relationship with Level 3 Communications in support of the AvayaLive Connect solution in the U.S. The announcement was made at the Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando.
AvayaLive Connect, announced today as part of a new suite of unique public cloud-based business collaboration solutions, provides voice, messaging, video, mobility, presence and conferencing. The solution supports small businesses that can be traditional or highly virtual organizations with multiple offices, remote and mobile employees.
Avaya says its innovation and leadership in unified communications, together with Level 3’s position as an innovative provider of IP-based communications services built on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), will enable small businesses to access a robust, differentiated and easy-to-use solution.
“The AvayaLive Connect solution is a great way for small businesses to enjoy the benefits of unified communications without the burden of cumbersome implementations and ongoing management overhead. We strongly believe there is an excellent market opportunity for hosted solutions that allow customers to control communication expenditures and focus on their core business,” said Sara Baack, SVP, voice services, Level 3. efficiency.
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January 22 2019 @ 22:01:08 UTC