TDAzlan has launched an Avaya reseller recruitment push shortly after bagging full access to the comms vendor’s portfolio.
The distributor, which worked with Nortel before the ailing vendor was bought by Avaya, said it will look to hook in new partners by running a series of “opportunity events” across the country.
It will also launch a telemarketing campaign and will seek to generate leads for partners at the upcoming IP-EXPO event.
Graham Bunting, TDAzlan Avaya team leader, claimed Avaya is equipped to tackle both the SME market through its IP Office range and larger enterprises through its Aura offering.
“Our timing couldn’t be better – unified communications is arriving right now and we have a breadth and depth of skills and values to offer traditional voice dealers and emerging convergence resellers, looking to offer something fresh to their customers,” he said.
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