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#AvayaCares: CPI Media Group stays connected with Avaya Spaces

CPI Media Group has received an in-depth hands-on demo from Avaya as part of the ICT firm’s commitment to enabling enterprises stay connected while working remotely.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has completely caught many businesses off guard as they attempt to try and transition their operations from the compounds of a traditional work environment to a new virtual workplace.

These are unprecedented times, and the uncertainty as to when the crisis will be brought under control only serves to add volatility to the stock markets and global economy.
Thankfully, due to the wonders of modern technology many businesses have maintained business continuity by adopting platforms that enable them to remain ‘connected’ and ‘engaged’ with their team despite being forced to work remotely.

CPI Media Group have multiple publications across both their technology and consumer divisions, so it was critical that we found an application that was high in functionality, collaborative-focused and user friendly.

Avaya, a global leader in communications software, has provided us with the perfect solution in the form of their new Avaya Spaces Platform. We received an in-depth hands-on demo from Avaya experts at our offices prior to us taking the decision to work remotely.

The Avaya team showed us how to effectively utilise all the capabilities of the platform that ensured we were able to effectively and efficiently work from home and minimised the disruption to our day-to-day business.

Avaya Spaces is a cloud-based team collaboration and meeting app. It seamlessly integrates voice, video, and more into one app that you can access anywhere.

The beauty of the platform is that you can use Avaya Spaces on your laptop or your tablet from home, or your smartphone on-the-go.

For more information contact Avaya today and ensure you keep your business connected.

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