Avaya and BT have added another three years to their worldwide tech partnership, giving end-users access to a combo deal on BT Global Services' IT portfolio and services machine and Avaya's rapidly expanding product suite.
The long-running contract was originally founded on contact centre equipment and services, but the latest extension will add voice and UC to the mix.
The solutions will be jointly sold and marketed, the two firms said.
"Customers are asking us to look at real business issues and develop solutions that delvier not just definable benefits, but solid ROI," said BTGS vice president of Global Portfolio, Neil Sutton.
"Our relationship helps us to further grow and innovate our portfolio of networked IT services, giving us the ability to deliver solutions to our customers on the vendor platforms most suited to their business," he added.