Avaya and CommsPlus have come together to seize the opportunity in the growing Australian cloud communications market through a master agent agreement deal to distribute ACO (Avaya Cloud Office).

CommsPlus Distribution has inked an agreement with Avaya with an aim to capture the booming cloud-based communications market in Australia and New Zealand. This move is all set to enable organizations in the respective countries to enable a new, distributed workforce by deploying the potential of Avaya’s modern and most updated unified communications platform.

The futuristic partnership between the two companies is expected to witness CommsPlus as the trusted and leading choice for vendors across the regions of Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand to enjoy a distributed range of Avaya Cloud Office made available by RingCentral solution.

The end-to-end unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) platform makes it fast and easy for enterprises to utilize cloud communications to power business success.

Avaya does this by enabling businesses with a powerful range of UC services inclusive of voice calls, team messaging, conferencing, file sharing, team messaging, and more. Technically, Avaya Cloud Office offers workforces a platform to meet, share, and collaborate constructively, irrespective of their locations.

Steve Williams, Channel Director, Avaya Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), said, “With this partnership announcement, we’re continuing to modernize the ‘experience’ and communication technology market in Australia and around the world.”

Paul Bailye, Group General Manager, CommsPlus, said, “When you combine Avaya’s solution set with our services portfolio, our partners have the opportunity to expedite their customers’ adoption of comprehensive cloud communications no matter how diverse or dispersed their operations may be.” He adds, “This partnership also enables our voice resellers to easily create and build recurring revenue streams and expand their own portfolios as part of the market’s wider adoption to cloud communications.”

How will this agreement help?

Avaya Cloud Office delivers modern tools to Australian enterprises to adapt to a brand-new world and operate while saving time, resources, and money spent on their communications strategies.

Avaya adds that, with the help of CommsPlus, the unified communications leader will empower joint partners and agents to speed up their ability to support organizations in Australia with rapid innovation without the requirement of heavy investment.

With training and technical centers in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, Avaya has partnered with CommsPlus for its local market presence, extensive industry experience, and partner support programs.

CommsPlus has already launched an agent recruitment strategy that offers a range of agent and reseller support programs, including pre- and post-sales support, professional services, technical support, technical training, billing and subscription management, and localized marketing activities.