Midmarket companies (500 or fewer employees) across Latin America are leading the region’s digital transformation in the workplace. Unified Communications is migrating from being seen as a business enabler to being seen as a standalone competitive advantage—be that through speed to market or even the generation of brand new services. For midmarket businesses developing and harnessing these advantages, Avaya IP Office™ 10 is a significant advancement.

Release 10 of IP Office, Avaya’s award-winning Unified Communications platform, integrates customer premise and cloud advantages for a secure, redundant and intuitive communications platform.

This exciting new release brings:

  • Enhanced security and resiliency
  • Easier management and deployment with a cloud, on-premises, or hybrid approach
  • Richer user experience
  • Increased capacity and performance—now supporting five to 3,000 users

Two of these advantages that we’re especially proud of: enhanced security and end user experience. We’ve built encryption into both media and signaling. In particular, this is a big deal for those interested in cloud, which brings a new layer of security concerns.

On the user experience side, we’re adding support for two desktop devices:

Avaya IP Office 10 opens a number of APIs to make it easier for developers to create WebRTC-based clients and to simplify configuration and deployment for partners. Virtual meeting functions have been streamlined and strengthened with WebRTC audio and richer collaboration capabilities.

After 14 years of continued refinement and over half a million happy customers worldwide, it is fair to say that Avaya IP Office 10 is an excellent and proven choice for midsize companies, further validated by Frost and Sullivan’s 2015 Award for Growth Excellence in Latin America. Learn more in our podcast.