Avaya Holdings Corp. announced the company is positioned as a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Infrastructure, Worldwide, marking the 17th time that Avaya has been in the position. Companies in the Leaders quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant are defined as “companies that execute well against their current vision and are well positioned for tomorrow”.
Companies in over 150 countries around the world choose Avaya contact centre solutions to transform their customer service and support operations, including Alorica, Eletropaulo, Exelon, Florius, Liberty Mutual, Yanfeng Automotive Interior Systems and others.
Avaya’s comprehensive, end-to-end portfolio helps drive digital transformation by providing the secure, flexible foundation to power seamless self and assisted service over any channel, the ability to create and integrate applications in-house, from Avaya or other third parties, and the workforce management tools to ensure continuous improvement.
Avaya believes the portfolio addresses the Customer Experience Priorities in 2018 identified in a Gartner report “Across a range of CX improvement projects, personalization, Voice of the Customer (VOC), metrics and multichannel-related projects will be the highest priority activities in 2018.”
Avaya’s flagship contact centre offering, Avaya Oceana, enables omnichannel capabilities for a personalized, multi-touch customer experience, a context-rich agent environment and seamless interactions and handoffs between mobile, self, and live service. Avaya Analytics delivers powerful, real-time and historical analysis and visualization of the customer journey.
In addition, Avaya Breeze enables rapid development and integration of customized or pre-built applications – known as Avaya Snap-Ins – from Avaya and third-party developers. Avaya Workforce Optimization solutions enable companies to record the voice of the customer, analyze, and evaluate employee performance and deliver coaching to improve the customer experience.
Throughout the year, Avaya continued to advance its contact center portfolio with a number of strategic moves and innovative solutions: Offering Avaya Contact Center solutions as cloud, hybrid, or on-premises deployments – including Avaya Oceana; acquiring Spoken Communications for CCaaS for large enterprises; announcing the Avaya Mobile Experience – a unique offering that enables contact centers to identify incoming calls from mobile devices and optimize the customer experience for the device; and a strategic partnership with Afiniti to incorporate behavioral pairing into Avaya contact center routing. In addition, Avaya Ava – the company’s virtual customer assistant — made her debut equipped with natural language processing, machine learning, and innovative analytics to enable effortless customer engagement through social media and messaging platforms.