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29 days ago

AOS Business Development Manager II

Avaya Fairfax, VA

Primary role is to drive new business and protect existing accounts at renewal. Generates demand, identifies leads for customer business needs and… Avaya

30+ days ago

Acquisition Account Manager I

Avaya Fairfax, VA

Actively prospects, networks, and conducts research to identify and acquire new customers, maintaining full accountability for assigned module… Avaya

1 day ago

Analysis & Programming Sr Mgmt Assoc – new

Avaya Columbia, MD

researches and evaluates alternative solutions, the most efficient and cost effective solution for the systems/program design; codes, debugs, and… Avaya

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    Avaya Government - Needs a "Reset" but it may not be possible

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    Great technology, helpful line personnel, industry name recognition, willing teaming partners; flex hours; good potential if a realistic transformation roadmap is put into place


    All of the technology is not approved for use within the U.S. federal space; line personnel are severely constrained by lack of resources - it is impossible to even get office supplies; business partners are starting to go team with other companies/competitors; the Lucent/Nortel/PEC glory days are long over; the Fairfax, VA Government sector complex is empty and disheartening; too many changes in leadership (how many AvayaGov leaders this past decade?); low morale due to constant layoffs - including successful, senior individuals (the folks making those cuts up until recently are also now gone)

    Advice to Management

    Company needs a "reset" of sorts and try to have a stable leadership team - at least in the Government business; face reality - the Glory Days are over and the company is now a SMALL player but has good potential provided a clear and realistic roadmap is put into place (and, no - an outside consulting firm is not the solution); the U.S. federal market is going to be tough for the next few years so do not expect growth; the few recent hires over the past year really want to make a positive impact so listen to them

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