Avaya's Future Up for Grabs?
“If you want to have it grow, and put more money into it, you go private and then down the line you re-IPO it”
News Analysis: The impact on customers from a potential ownership change is unclear. via CIO Insight
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#1 Jun 5, 2007
Avaya is selling in large part because they cannot keep up with the OnDemand contact center model.
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