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Avaya Launches Government Communications, Networking Services

June 14, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: CRMDaily.com

Avaya has introduced Government Outsourcing Solutions (GovOS) — hosted and managed services for unified communications, contact centers, and data networking. The services are designed to provide central management, priced on a per-user basis, that complies with the federal government’s requirements for security and certification.

GovOS uses and combines Avaya’s Aura unified communications applications, networking and services, which the company said were scalable from small remote offices to large organizations containing tens of thousands of employees. Communications apps include ones for mobile  devices and for delivery of video.

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