This is a unified communication application that supports calls, directory contacts, presence, instant messaging and many other features. It is supported as an application on a wide range of operating systems; Windows, Android, macOS and iOS (see Operating System Support for details).

iOS support includes iPhone and iPad devices, but not iPod Touch.

The Android details below do not apply to Vantage K100 Series devices. Refer to the separate Vantage documentation.

On IP Office Subscription systems, Avaya Workplace Client is supported for the following users:

User Subscription

Telephony Plus User

UC User

Standalone Mode

Simultaneous Mode

Shared Mode

macOS, Windows

Android, iOS


Standalone Mode
In this mode, Avaya Workplace Client is the users sole telephony device whilst they are logged into Avaya Workplace Client. Logging into Avaya Workplace Client will log them off any other extension. Similarly logging on at another phone will log them out of Avaya Workplace Client.

Simultaneous Mode
In this mode, the user can be logged in on both a physical desk phone and a softphone client such as Avaya Workplace Client at the same time. They can choose to make and answer calls on each extension

Softphone clients includes Avaya Workplace Client clients.

Simultaneous client usage was previously only supported if the softphone client registered to the same IP Office on which the user was configured. For R11.0, the softphone client can be registered to any IP Office in the network.

Shared Control Mode
Simultaneous mode Windows and macOS users can put their Avaya Workplace Client client into shared control mode. In that mode, the application is used to make and answer calls via their desk phone.

oCurrently only supported for Avaya Workplace Client clients and desk phones registered to the same IP Office server.

oAudio calls only, no video call support.