Vector Resources Enters The Avaya Connect Channel Partner Program

Updated: January 07, 2011

Vector Resources will join the Avaya Connect Channel Partner program the company announced today. Avaya’s program includes more than 6,600 companies around the globe. Now that they are a member of the program Vector will sell and service Avaya unified communications systems as well as call center solutions for SMBs.

Robert Hubbard, strategic business development manager for Avaya, said that “Vector Resources has deep expertise in the business communications market and a long record of successful implementations and customer satisfaction. They are well equipped to help companies discover how to take advantage of communications to solve business challenges and meet strategic objectives.”

Jeffrey Zukerman, executive vice president of business development for Vector Resources added, “Avaya has a legacy of quality products. As an authorized Avaya Connect Channel Partner, we will be able to sell and service Avaya’s unified communication systems and contact center solutions for customers of all sizes and across all industries.”

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