Avaya has rolled out a middleware platform that seeks to help users build, integrate and deploy applications for enterprise collaboration and communications.
The Aura Collaboration Environment product is intended to support voice, email, text and video capabilities and work with a cloud computing infrastructure, Avaya said Tuesday.
Gary Barnett, Avaya senior vice president and general manager for collaboration, said the technology aims for enterprises to combine tools for collaborative activities with other apps and processes.
According to the company, developers can use the product to connect systems to the Avaya Aura portfolio of unified communications and contact center platforms.
The offering is also built for organizations that aim to secure their apps as well as reduce the total cost of ownership, Avaya says.
Avaya has active solutions at the convergence of several next-generation technologies, including cloud computing, video and mobile.
It offers those solutions to customers in the education, healthcare, hospital, financial services, and government markets.
Some Avaya technology leaders include:
- Siafa Sherman, Director of Technology
- Charles Owlett, Executive Vice President, Information Technology and Facilities
- Shelly Roslin, Senior Director of Civilian and Federal Healthcare -Advanced Technologies