"Small and medium-sized businesses are looking to enhance productivity and improve their capabilities in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Video collaboration advances both of these goals by helping streamline internal discussions and strengthening external relationships with partners, suppliers, and customers. The challenge has been in finding an affordable solution with enterprise-grade capabilities, one that can also 'play well with others' to work effectively in diverse environments. The Avaya solution addresses these key SME needs while also providing the platform delivery preferred, whether through a mobile device, PC desktop, or high-definition conference room solution. Firms can extend video to outsiders with relative ease plus insure that the video resources can be they invest in today will be able to grow with them to continue adding value tomorrow."
--Ray Boggs, Vice President, Small/Medium Business Research, IDC
"In a recent third-party report IP Office was recognized as the leading UC solution for small and mid-sized enterprises based on TCO, maintenance requirements and ease of deployment. By adding high-quality video collaboration capabilities to IP Office, we are raising the bar in terms of what customers should expect from their vendors. No one in the market offers a more comprehensive UC solution specifically designed for SMEs in the areas of features, simplicity, and affordability."
--Mark Monday, Vice President, Product Management, Collaboration Platforms, Avaya
Tags: videoconferencing, SME, SMB, collaboration, unified communications, IP Office, video telephony
Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centers, networking and related services to companies of all sizes around the world. For more information please visit www.avaya.com.
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