For large organisations now looking for Mobile App for effective group communications between their workforce, Microsoft has introduced ‘Kaizala’ that promises effective communication and better workforce efficiency…

NEW DELHI, JULY 26, 2017: Microsoft India, a subsidiary of American software giant Microsoft Corporation, launched ‘Microsoft Kaizala‘, an App especially designed for mobile users for large group communication and work management. Data security, user privacy, connect to large number of people, manage and co-ordinate are the rich insights of the Kaizala App.

Kaizala’s unique approach enables millions of users to come together and interact. It structures information through action cards whereas reporting and analytics helps to structure the information in an easy and simple way. Extensible platform helps in workflow automation in organizations. Management Portal, another unique approach, helps in manage groups, Data access and governance. Kaizala is optimized for emerging markets. It has offline support, 2G support and can also support small download size.

While launching the App, Microsoft India President Anant Maheshwari said: “The Digital India initiative is focused on harnessing technology to help India transform. Microsoft Kaizala, a made for India product, brings together the two disparate worlds of mobile only messaging apps and a digitally integrated modern workplace. The product will make it possible for organizations to interact with everyone both within and outside, seamlessly and with rich content. Microsoft Kaizala has been optimized for 2G networks to enable connectivity in remote locations.”

Kaizala Pro is a management portal which costs Rs.130 rupees per month per user and the Kaizala version is free of cost for users. Both ‘Kaizala’ and ‘Kaizala Pro’ are integrated with Microsoft Office 365 and will be compatible with any third-party office application. Both the versions are available for free download on iOS andAndroid phones.

Microsoft Corporate Vice-President (Office Product Group) Rajiv Kumar said: “Using Microsoft Kaizala, organizations can connect with their employees and the extended value chain. The product offers a simple and familiar chat interface and goes beyond to make everyone more productive using surveys, polls, meetings and other actions, right in your chats. As we launch Microsoft Kaizala in India, we hope to help connect the unconnected parts of organizations-whether they are in large and small enterprises or in the Government. Microsoft Kaizala’s vision is to empower every organization and community to achieve more through purposeful chat. Kaizala helps buyers for onboard supply for GST and effectively manages mobile tasks. The app is specially designed for India only and our focus will remain in India only.”

Organizations such as Yes Bank, Apollo Telemedicine, Republic TV, United Phosphorous Limited and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan are currently piloting the solution for their internal teams. The Andhra Pradesh Government was the first to use Microsoft Kaizala for real time governance. 1-lakh users are active on the Kaizala app.

Yes Bank Chief Information Officer Ajay Purohit said: “At Yes Bank, we strongly believe in innovation to bring future technology to present and Microsoft Kaizala is one such platform to re-imagine the banking process and digitize it.”

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