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Avaya’s Aura simplifies IT

Avaya, a leader in enterprise communications systems, is revealing key details of its latest product, known as Aura, at GULFCOMMS.

Avaya’s Aura simplifies IT
Abou-Ltaif hopes to see rapid uptake of Aura by the SMB sector.

Avaya, a leader in enterprise communications systems, is revealing key details of its latest product, known as Aura, at GULFCOMMS.

Aura is a virtualised unified communications solution designed especially for mid-sized businesses with between 100 and 2,400 employees.

The product allows companies to use virtualisation technology to simplify real-time communications, reduce power and hardware. The new solution reduces complexity, saves money and puts advanced unified communications and contact centers within easy reach.

“When we launched Avaya Aura in May, it provided a breakthrough solution for large enterprises looking to run their unified communications and contact center systems more efficiently,” says Nidal Abou-Ltaif, Vice President, Emerging Markets, Avaya.

“An increasing number of mid-sized businesses across the region are opting for unified communications to drive their business. With the release of Avaya Aura midsize solution for enterprises, will are providing high-performing functionality to even more businesses in the Middle East.”

 

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