A platform that would enable the Ghana National Gas Company Limited to manage its activities in a uniformed manner has been adopted by the state-owned company.
According to Ghana Gas, the platform being offered by Avaya Unified Communications would help them to develop the natural gas resources for industries in a safe, cost effective and reliable manner.
Considering the critical nature of its operations, Ghana Gas needs a communication solution that is reliable, easy to deploy and expandable at minimal investment.
Currently, Ghana Gas Avaya ERS 4000 networking solutions for its communication network have been deployed.
According to Avaya, it is committed to delivering a complete solution to Ghana Gas including messaging, conferencing and communication access to its mobile and remote stations as well as staff to be located in the Western Region – the nerve center of the Gas facility.
“The Avaya platform will enable Ghana Gas to centrally manage all applications, controlling cost and reducing administrative time and lapses,” it said in a release.
Avaya switching product is deployed to ensure Ghana Gas has a highly reliable and fully optimized network able to support its mission critical communications.
“Quality and value are two watchwords that define our approach to business. We recognized in Avaya and its business partner, RayCom Technologies, these same qualities and they have given us a solution that fulfills this,” Richard Attoh-Okine, ICT Manager at Ghana Gas said.