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4 days ago

Systems Engineer III

Avaya London, England +2 locations

The SE III is considered a trusted advisor with the customer�s IT staff and management often resulting in generating customer references and follow… Avaya

5 days ago

Software Engineer III

Avaya Galway

Works to become a subject matter expert in one or more areas of software engineering May have a specific focus in one or more of the following… Avaya

4 days ago

Applications Analyst III

Avaya Coppell, TX

evaluates complex client area requirements and processes; prepares application system specifications; develops, tests, and implements efficient, cost… Avaya

2 days ago

Systems Engineering Manager II – new

Avaya New York, NY +3 locations

Plans and directs pre-sales systems/applications engineering activities in assigned area of responsibility. Provides the technical resources to… Avaya

6 days ago

GMDP - Sales Support Engineer

Avaya Billerica, MA

in any one of these job functions: sales, marketing, sales support, finance, operations, information technology, services, research & development, or… Avaya

6 days ago

GMDP - Sales Support Engineer I

Avaya Markham

Avaya is a leading global provider of next-generation business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications… Avaya

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Avaya President & CEO Kevin Kennedy
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542 Ratings

    Cons outweigh Pros, best to look elsewhere.

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    Former Employee - Program Manager  in  Billerica, MA
    Former Employee - Program Manager in Billerica, MA

    I worked at Avaya full-time for more than 3 years


    This company has the products and employees to be a force in the telecom space. My hope is they change or sell.


    narrow vision at mid-level and poor internal communication. Business strategy at top level doesn't cascade down. poor management. No training or education budget, so employees aren't encouraged to seek growth. Not a healthy work environment.

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    Practice what you preach, actually listen to customers' concerns and deliver solutions. Respect your employees.

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