Jabra products become Avaya-compliant
- 14 August, 2012 09:38
Hands-free audio product manufacturer, Jabra, has announced that it has achieved Avaya compliance for a range of its headsets to simplify the management of phone communications for Australian businesses.
Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration systems, software, and services.
The Jabra products that have been compatibility tested through Avaya’s DevConnect evaluation process include:
- UC Voice series headsets – compatible with Avaya one-X Communicator, one-X Agent
- Pro 920 and Pro 9400 series wireless headsets – compatible with Avaya ADVD
- Supreme UC Bluetooth headset – compatible with Avaya one-X Communicator, one-X Agent, 9641G and 9670 IP desk phones
“Building on Avaya’s resources and Jabra’s product development, customers in offices, contact centres and on the road will have a broader portfolio of compliance-tested solutions designed to meet their individual needs and budget requirements,” Jabra Australia and New Zealand managing director, Fulvio Toniotti, said.
Avaya Australia and New Zealand recently appointed managing director, Tim Gentry, added that the compatibility will enable “organisations to deploy hands-free communication that saves time and increases mobility and productivity with confidence.”
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