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August 01, 2017 Tuesday 12:22:49 PM IST

New Chat App from Microsoft Hits the Market

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Taking its productivity solutions to the mobile  world, Microsoft has launched its first “Made for India” chat  messaging application called Kaizala. This application facilitates large scale group communication.


According to Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India, “It brings together the two disparate worlds of  mobile only messaging apps and a digitally integrated modern  workplace. The new product enables organizations to interact with everyone uninterruptedly,” he added.



“Microsoft Kaizala has been optimised for 2G networks to enable connectivity in remote locations and offers features with offline support,” he said.”The product offers a simple and familiar chat interface and goes beyond to make everyone more productive using Surveys, Polls, Jobs, Meetings and other actions, right in your chats,” said Rajiv Kumar, Corporate Vice-President, Office Product Group, Microsoft.

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