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Why Mitel Went All in on Premises-based PBX

Why Mitel Went All in on Premises-based PBX

Why Mitel Went All in on Premises-based PBX

Why Mitel Went All in on Premises-based PBX

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The casual observer might conclude that the premises-based market has been abandoned, left for dead. But it hasn't been abandoned, and it’s not dead. I’ve been through enough of these pendulum swings to know that there are even reasonable grounds to predict premises-based system growth will return.

Even the vendors that are still around, including Avaya, Cisco, and Microsoft, have reduced or eliminated their PBX offers aimed at mid-market customers where Mitel thrives.

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