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Avaya CXO Summit to address business challenges

Top Avaya executives and experts will underscore the importance of a sound IT investment, and how it helps organisations address the challenges of a downturned economy when it hosts a CXO summit next week. The company, a leading global provider of business communications, applications, systems and services, will also share its vision and strategy for the MENA region at the summit, which takes place at the Atlantis hotel on February 25.

Avaya will bring together its top executives and more than 30 CXO’s from diverse industry verticals from across the MENA region to exchange strategies, discuss plans towards increasing competitiveness, improving operations, and enhancing employee productivity and customer satisfaction.

At a time when companies are evaluating their investments in IT, Avaya is encouraging businesses to seek out solutions such as Unified Communications that enable companies increase productivity and lower costs, while improving business performance. The Summit will also highlight how Avaya can help businesses create contact center and unified communications strategies that will become a ‘driving force’ in the survival and success of their operations during the current changing economic environment.

“Leading CXO’s are cognisant of the benefits that solid IT investments can bring to their business in tough times; and through this summit we are pledging our support to help our customers in the region address the challenges they face as a result. Through networking and the exchange of information with our experts, we will be able to better understand their concerns and advise them on how they can better utilise technology to drive their business,” said Michael Bayer, president of Avaya for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

“The MENA region is a key market for Avaya in EMEA with a strong growth potential and we will continue to invest in resources across the region to meet growing customer demand. Our customers and their business is important to us – they need our support now more than ever, and we are making every effort to provide them with tools and innovative communications solutions to respond to the challenges that arise during an economic downturn,” added Bayer.

Among Avaya’s top executives and experts participating in the CXO Forum are Todd Abbot, senior vice president of sales and president of Field Operations; Jorge Blanco, Vice President of Product Management for Unified Communications; Martyn Lambert, vice president of Marketing for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region and Michael Bayer, president of Avaya’s field operations in EMEA.

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