Datapulse Becomes Platinum Member of Avaya DevConnect Program

Developer of unified communications software recognized at highest partnership level.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Mar 31, 2010
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Raleigh, NC - Datapulse, a Mettoni Group company and a global unified communication software developer, today announced that it has been accredited by Avaya Inc., a leading global provider of business communications applications, systems and services, to the highest level membership in the Avaya DevConnect program.

With over 25 years of experience, Datapulse specializes in developing software applications and services that improve person-to-person communications. These unified communications applications include attendant operator consoles; IP telephone screen applications and hosted call management. Additionally, Datapulse brings extensive experience in contact directory and presence integration, helping customers achieve operational efficiencies and improved customer service. Datapulse solutions and services span multiple industries across the world, ranging from financial organizations and healthcare to emergency services, utilities and government agencies.

The Avaya DevConnect program promotes the development, compliance testing and co-marketing of innovative third-party products that are compatible with standards-based Avaya solutions. Member organizations have expertise in a broad range of technologies - including IP telephony, contact centers and mobility applications -- helping companies extend the value of multivendor networks and transform voice into an intelligent business application that delivers true value to the bottom line.

Click the following link to read the full press release: Datapulse Selected for Platinum Membership in Avaya DevConnect Program

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