Avaya Reseller Agreement


The all-in-one UCaaS platform includes team messaging, conferences, voice calls, file sharing and more. This latest reseller agreement also includes the distribution of Avayas open SIP, multi-platform and ip office solutions for agents, value-added resellers and system integrators. Raul Castanon, senior analyst of working collaboration at 451 Research, said the deal was a benefit to both, but RingCentral is the big winner because… Avaya was the ideal choice for CommsPlus, as it has training and technical centres in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and can provide the necessary support to the local market. This was perfectly in line with CommsPlus` efforts to provide pre- and post-sale support, invoice and subscription management, marketing and technology training and ore for resellers. “This partnership also allows our voice resellers to easily create and create recurring revenue streams and expand their own portfolios as part of a broader introduction to cloud communications.” Avaya Cloud Office will be the first product to be rolled out after the two companies sign an agreement in October 2019, which will accelerate Avaya`s move to the cloud and strengthen the presence of RingCentral`s channels. As part of the agreement, RingCentral will contribute to the $500 million agreement and will be the exclusive provider of avaya UCaaS solutions. RingCentral pays $125 million in 3% preferred capital, convertible to US$16 per share and $375 million for expected costs and licence fees. CommsPlus Distribution, a provider of solutions for communications providers in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Papua New Guinea, is committed to providing innovative solutions to its partners. It recently signed a new master agent agreement with Avaya to develop the growing cloud-based UC market in Australia. Increase your reach and modernize your customers if you get new results with industry-renowned Avaya solutions. Take advantage of our access to our expert programs, line management, sales and marketing programs. Forrest Monroy, head of Global Corporate Communications at Avaya, tells Channel Partners that this is a “unique partnership for Avaya, and we believe in the entire industry.” Our program is tailored to the clients you serve and includes financial incentives that are supported by growth and know-how.

Increase levels if you meet revenue targets and licensing requirements. Get generous benefits, promotions and discounts. “The agreement with RingCentral allows them to remain independent, meet some of its financing challenges through RingCentral investment and connect with one of UCaaS` leading companies to accelerate the transition to the cloud they desperately need,” he said. “As with all of these steps, success will depend on execution. Consolidation has been the central theme of the Business Telephony/UC/Team Collaboration and Contact Center divisions, and the Avaya RingCentral agreement seems, without a complete combination, to bring a new perspective to the same goal. Tony Parrish, CEO of Avaya Aura`s long-time partner, noted, however, that while the recurring revenue model is good news to provide a high profit, an Avaya service run by RingCentral can lead to partner failure.

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