Avaya Launches Midmarket Select Program for Qualified Partners

Avaya Launches Midmarket Select Program for Qualified Partners

Avaya's Midmarket Select Program provides a handful of the company's midmarket partners with a "full stack" solution for all of its unified communications, video and professional services in a discounted bundle.

Avaya has launched its Midmarket Select Program for qualified midmarket partners to help resellers offer a complete enterprise-class business communications solution at a discounted price.

The business communications software provider has created a series of Select Engagement Packages for the program, each of which includes a “full stack” set of the company’s solutions. Avaya said the offerings include a complete solution for unified communications, contact center solutions, video, networking, mobility and professional services.

The bundles, which are based on the existing Avaya IP Office Platform, are only available to Avaya Connect channel partners who meet a series of training, expertise, business plan and growth objectives, according to the company.

“To stay competitive, midsize businesses need the functionality of enterprise-class communications, but built to accommodate the budget and resource requirements of the midmarket,” said Steve Biondi, vice president of Avaya’s Global Partner Organization, in a statement. “The Avaya Select Engagement packages are purpose-built to enable midsize businesses to quickly move beyond these challenges by providing unmatched value, phenomenal pricing, and streamlined, simplified deployment on a proven platform that leapfrogs the competition.”

So far, Avaya has signed more than a dozen channel partners in the United States, Canada and Europe to the program, including Arrow Systems Integration, Carousel Industries and Maintel, among others. Each member of the program will receive “white-glove concierge” support and pricing in addition to exclusive access to Avaya’s bundled offerings.

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