Avaya ERS 3500 in the SMB Market

by Madison Skinner on September 4, 2012 · 0 comments

in Market Segments,Networking,ScanSource Catalyst,SMB,Technology

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On August 15th, the Avaya ERS 3500 was added to the Avaya My SME Rewards program for Avaya Partners.  The SMB priced switch with Enterprise capabilities is Avaya’s latest addition to its Ethernet Routing Switch portfolio.  Now through December 31, 2012, SME partners will receive double points for purchasing any of the six ERS 3500s Avaya has to offer.  

Being the first SME/small branch switch from Avaya, the ERS 3500 poses a great new possibility for SMB partners in several verticals.  The price point and capabilities offered by any of the models are a great complement to Avaya IP Office!   SME partners can be assured the ease of installation with auto-detect, auto-provision and zero touch deployments with IP Office; a single source vendor for services; and guaranteed performance due to best practice configurations.

The fanless models are great options for several vertical markets, including hospitality, education, and retail.  The POE and POE+ models reduce the amount of cabling and the one minute plug-and-play is a great asset to end users.   Avaya boasts an “Always On” promise through the ERs 3500’s stacking capabilities.

With an already great price point for the SMB market space, the ERS 3500 is an even better option for SMB partners when they take advantage of Avaya’s many promotions currently running.  Partners can see discounts as deep as 70% off MSRP!  Partners can take advantage of these today by gaining more information through www.catalysttelecom.com/ERS3500 or by contacting a Catalyst Telecom sales representative.

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Madison Skinner is a Product Manager for Catalyst Telecom in Greenville, SC. She has three years experience in end user marketing and one year experience in B2B marketing. She is a contributor to The Source on marketing and Avaya Networking topics.

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