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Avaya Providing Emergency Communications and Notification Resources to Aid Customers Impacted by Hurricane Florence

Business Wire Friday, 14 September 2018 ()
Avaya Providing Emergency Communications and Notification Resources to Aid Customers Impacted by Hurricane FlorenceSANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Avaya Holdings Corp. (NYSE:AVYA) is notifying customers in the areas potentially impacted by Hurricane Florence that the company is making temporary licenses for Avaya communications solutions available to help maintain open lines of communication with all customers to their stakeholders. Complementary software licenses will be available, for 60 days once the customer request is approved by Avaya, to help customers impacted by the storm for the following so
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