NEW DELHI: Global business communications software company, Avaya has partnered with the Directorate General Supplies and Disposals (DGS&D), a central purchase and quality assurance organization of Government of India, Department of Supply and Ministry of Commerce.
Avaya will offer the latest high definition video solutions in the DGS&D Rate Contract. Avaya indicates that the partnership will help Government of India (including ministries, educational instructions and central/state government organizations) to effortlessly transform its G2G and G2C communications and include video on any mobile or computing device, thus empowering India’s public sector and accelerating the momentum towards delivering a Digital India.
Avaya, through this contract, would be able to provide the latest video conferencing technology to various units of both Central and State governments. It will also offer, both HD videoconferencing end points, multi point conferencing bridges and video desktop in the rate contract, which will enable the Government to deploy a full-fledged solution and help them in meeting their requirements.
The alliance will enable DGS&D to connect with other departments, and facilitate a working pattern which will be aligned across all departments and government entities. With this, Avaya will also enhance its customer base across various departments and ministries in the Centre including defence organizations (army, navy, Air force, Paramilitary forces, research organizations), state government departments, public sector enterprises and educational institutions (both Central and State).
Commenting on the partnership, Arun Shetty, Director of Collaboration Solutions, India, Avaya, said, “We are delighted to be the preferred partner for various departments of Central & State Government of India, providing them with our best-in-class video conferencing solutions. We have a big role to accelerate the transformation of our country and believe that our technology is uniquely positioned to accommodate the applications that India needs. The government, with its initiatives such as Make in India, Digital India and Smart Cities, has tremendous potential to set a benchmark for the digital transformation of Indian enterprises. With this partnership, we are another step closer in achieving our vision towards creating smart foundations for smart cities in India. We look forward to empowering our customers to make a mark for themselves in this hyper-connected business environment.”