Tenovis

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Tenovis was a large German telecommunications company first set up in 1899, who were acquired by Avaya in October 2004.[1] The business have a staff force of more than 5,400 employees and maintains a presence in Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Tenovis announced its IPO in April 2004.[2] Tenovis has its head office situated in Frankfurt/Main, its main 'Product portfolio' consists of communication solutions, among them being: Private branch exchange, call center, business recovery center (backup computer centers), customer relationship management, voice messaging, cross-linking and services for enterprises and national authorities. The Support leg of the enterprise is a well-developed telephone system of small and medium size subsidiaries.

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  1. ^ Press release
  2. ^ "German telecom equipment firm Tenovis mulls IPO". Total Telecom. 2 April 2004. Retrieved 27 March 2011. 

Coordinates: 50°05′50″N 8°37′47″E / 50.09722°N 8.62972°E / 50.09722; 8.62972