Vishal Agrawal, Managing Director, India and SAARC - News Updates

Ankur Goel to head both Plantronics and Polycom business in India

Ankur Goel to head Plantronics and Polycom business in India

Ankur Goel will oversee both Plantronics and Polycom business in India and manage the company’s joint business spanning voice, video, content and cloud solutions.
Vishal Agrawal, Managing Director - India and SAARC, Avaya India

Avaya India MD Vishal Agrawal: 5 technology trends to watch out for enterprise collaboration industry in 2019

In 2018, as emerging technologies such as AI, ML, and blockchain continued to build real-world use cases, enterprise collaboration industry adopted these technologies to provide a seamless and unified platform to its customers, writes Avaya India MD Vishal Agrawal.
Budget 2018, Avaya, Vishal Agrawal, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, IoT, Digital Manufacturing, Quantum Computing, Technology

Avaya applauds India’s roadmap for Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, IoT, Digital Manufacturing and Quantum Computing

From a technology perspective, a clear roadmap to build on new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, Internet of Things, digital manufacturing and quantum computing is a positive sign, said Vishal Agrawal, Managing Director, India & SAARC, Avaya.
Tryst with Chapter 11, Plan Support Agreement, Avaya, Avaya India, Bankruptcy Court, Avaya Chapter 11 case, Avaya News, Collaboration Technology

Avaya tryst with Chapter 11: Plan Support Agreement executed, confirms Avaya

US-based communication technology firm Avaya which is looking to find a viable path to exit Chapter 11 said that its First Amended Plan Support Agreement dated August 6, 2017  has been executed.
Struggling with its huge debt and waiting resolution to the Chapter 11 filing, US-based communication technology firm Avaya is looking to find a viable path to exit Chapter 11 which it filed over six month ago. (Photo/wikimedia.org)

Avaya announces plan support agreement, seeks to exit Chapter 11

Company informed that it has entered into a plan support agreement (PSA) with holders of over 50% of its first lien debt including certain members of the ad hoc group of first lien creditors. The first lien debt holders receive payment before all other debt holders, and have the legal right to seize property from a borrower
- Advertisement -SAP Hana