How can SfB SIs capitalize on Avaya’s Chapter 11: Part 2

Last February, we’ve reviewed how can Skype for Business™ System Integrators capitalize on Avaya’s chapter 11. Since then, Avaya submitted its debt restructuring plan[i]. However, analysts in the market believe that If Avaya Inc. succeeds in leaving Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the fall, then the UC vendor will re-enter a highly competitive market, where businesses…Details

Unlock the Skype for Business Cloud PBX Opportunity: Tips for System Integrators

Unlock the Skype for Business Cloud PBX Opportunity: Tips for System Integrators Microsoft recently announced several new enhancements to Skype for Business in Office 365. These additions advance the goal of Cloud PBX offering as a complete, enterprise-grade communications solutions. The enhancements include the availability of auto attendant and call queues, continuing the rapid innovation of…Details
Avaya's chapter 11 and the opportunity for Skype for Business SIs

How can Skype for Business System Integrators capitalize on Avaya’s chapter 11?

How can Skype for Business SIs capitalize on Avaya’s chapter 11? Avaya’s chapter 11 news, drive customers to build contingency plans, hoping for the best and planning for the worst[i]. As Avaya have an impressively large legacy PBX install base, estimated at 100M endpoints (including Nortel)[ii], the situation presents a compelling opportunity for Avaya’s competitors.…Details
Winning Skype for Business Projects

Winning Skype for Business Telephony Migration Projects: Three Steps to Success

Winning Skype for Business Telephony Migration Projects: Three Steps to Success Recent years have seen furious competition in the Unified Communications (UC) market, with major players such as Cisco, Microsoft, Avaya and Mitel battling it out. As organizations look to reduce the cost of traditional phone calls, eliminate the expense of conferencing services, and replace…Details

Is 2017 the Year for Easier Telephony Migration Projects?

Is 2017 the Year for Easier Telephony Migration Projects? The UC market is going through a major transition. The growing need for cost savings, operational efficiency and mobility are driving the move away from hardware-focused, on-premise systems to software-based and cloud-based solutions1. Microsoft’s Skype for Business is the biggest UC solution2 riding the wave of this…Details