The joint solution will be available through the channel of both vendors, although in Canada, the FatPipe channel is more limited, so Avaya’s channel will likely carry the ball here.
Mo Nezarati, the founder and CEO of Richmond Hill ON-based Esna, which Avaya acquired last year, has been named the GM of Zang, which was created as a separate company because its business model is radically different from Avaya’s. There will be channel opportunities though, and Zang is developing a channel program.
ChannelBuzz has learned that Walter Andri, who has been President and Managing Director at Avaya Canada, is leaving the company. Andri, who had been senior vice president of sales at Primus Telecommunications Canada, joined Avaya a little under a year ago, in late February 2015. His telco background made him highly attractive to Avaya, which…
After a long restructuring, Avaya now has its two core next-gen offerings available, and has a systematic and well thought out plan to take them to market, leveraging both its channel and internal resources better than in the past. They still have to execute on these better than in the past however.