Batelco and Avaya host Enterprise tech forum

Enterprises from all segments attended the event
Batelco and Avaya host Enterprise tech forum

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Batelco and Avaya have hosted the Enterprise Technologies Conference, which provided a forum for enterprises across all segments to interact and experience Avaya solutions.

Adel Al Daylami, general manager enterprise division at Batelco, said that the operator was very pleased to join hands with Avaya to support and benefit their mutual business customers.
“The year ahead looks very promising for Batelco and Avaya with plans in place for new innovative solutions designed to enable our valued customers to succeed,” Al Daylami added.

Danny Drew ,senior territory manager at Avaya, said: “Customer success is our ultimate goal, and this event with Batelco was a great opportunity to spark conversations with many professionals and customers in Bahrain. We look forward to strengthening our engagement in this market and driving meaningful enterprise transformation.”

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