Avaya Holdings Corp., a renowned communications software solutions firm, reportedly announced that the company’s distribution partner, California based supply chain firm, SYNNEX Corp, would now provide Avaya OneCloud Secure UCaaS to its wide network of partners catering to the public sector, including education, local, federal and state government enterprises across the U.S.
SYNNEX, through its go-to-market capabilities and channel network, has been able to boost the speed of adoption for the Avaya OneCloud Secure products within the growing and large government based U.S. markets.
Avaya has been perceived across the U.S. Federal Government to be one of the main providers of reliable and secure communications infrastructure, facilitating secure, reliable and flexible government operations. SYNNEX and Avaya could leverage FedRAMP and other certification and compliance capabilities to increase adoption and availability of OneCloud Secure solutions in the U.S government market.
Senior Vice President of Sales and Public Sector at SYNNEX Corporation, Eddie Franklin reportedly stated that the company is thrilled to provide Avaya OneCloud Secure to fulfill the requirements of the government agencies that are searching for cloud-based communications products to adopt innovation and update the IT infrastructure. Franklin further added that the company is pleased to offer leading-edge communications through Avaya OneCloud Secure.
Frank Ciccone, Avaya senior vice president of North America Sales, stated that with around 20 million unified communications seats and contact center in the U.S. government, both SYNNEX and Avaya are addressing a remarkable market opportunity which is growing, and progressively adopting cloud solutions. Frank further expressed that the company is diligently looking forward to working with SYNNEX to support government IT’s migration to the cloud.
The U.S.-committed resources that include services, hardware and software support the OneCloud Secure solutions by Avaya year-round. Avaya solutions delivers a robust portfolio and greater security with around 120,000 consumers globally, and various endpoints that are in use by important government agencies in U.S.