Thread regarding Avaya layoffs

#AVAYA 🏠 of 🃏♦️♠️ is falling harder than #KevinSpacey

*"We are successfully repositioning the company from our historic one-time revenue model to a recurring one, in fact 75% of our new bookings were Avaya OneCloud," Chirico said. *
If 75% was REVENUE GENERATING ONE CLOUD, it would be reflected in the numbers. Q1 they claimed it was 60%. They didn't sign any new yet now they are 75%? How do the market analysts not catch them in their inconsistent reports?

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you are funny. however...the state of affairs at Avaya is far from funny

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THE Q1 2022 and Q2 2022 COMMENTS DON'T MATCH!

Lance Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

OK. Great. Thanks. And just my follow-up is the 1,400 new logos that you added in the quarter, and I apologize if I missed this, but could you give us at least a rough sense for how many of those new logos are taking OneCloud ARR services?

Kieran McGrath -- Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Well, essentially, just by -- just looking at it, it's well over 60% are actually going for either cloud or subscription hybrid offering.

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oh wow. I just researched and re read the reports about today and the transcript from Q1 and yes. they dont match up! What is the real truth? and why is the board complicit? i thought there were rules in place to prevent leaders from spinning facts?

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