Avaya has announced that Westcon-Comstor will provide Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) solutions Powered by Avaya IP Office to channel partners across Southeast Asia.

Westcon-Comstor will work with its channel partners and resellers to deliver UCaaS solutions “Powered by Avaya IP Office” to end-user customers. Cloud-based unified communications offer end-user customers a more accessible, reliable, and autonomous communication experience. The “Powered by Avaya IP Office” cloud offering will help businesses across Southeast Asia to create a competitive advantage by offering a differentiated service, backed by the Avaya brand promise, to create great customer experiences.

Resellers will be able to provide their customers with the same rich communications experiences that are synonymous with Avaya. 

Patrick Aronson

 

“Westcon-Comstor is committed to enabling our channel partners to build innovative solutions for their end-user customers and deliver best-of-breed communications experiences. By partnering with Avaya, a leader in unified communications solutions, we ensure that our solution providers’ end users not only receive the ultimate customer experience, but also future-proof their communications experiences.”

Patrick Aronson
Executive Vice President-Asia Pacific,
Westcon-Comstor

Richard Spence

“Businesses are continually looking for cost-effective and agile ways to meet the needs of their customers. Cloud solutions provide businesses with robust infrastructure that is scalable at an efficient cost. By collaborating with Westcon-Comstor, Avaya is able to reach more businesses and enable them to leverage our cloud-based communications solutions to continuously keep up with today’s digital market demands. We are pleased to partner with Westcon-Comstor and look forward to developing this collaboration with them.”

Richard Spence
Managing Director-ASEAN,
Avaya


 

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