California-based telco Avaya is pondering a chapter 11 filing for bankruptcy as it gets close to a deal for selling its call-centre software unit, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
Unified communications provider Avaya has sealed a five-year, multi-million dollar deal with dnata, one of the world’s largest air services providers and a member of Emirates Group, to deliver a customer experience transformation solution to dnata’s customers and partners.
Avaya has released a new platform for business communications that it claims fulfills the “long-sought promise” of unified communications (UC) by delivering streamlined, mobile-first communications within the applications and browsers employees “live in” for their work.
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