New app from Microsoft: Kaizala, available with all Office 365 accounts!


Microsoft announced on December 2018 that its enterprise social network app Kaizala is now helping over 1,000 businesses in India improve workplace productivity and streamline growth.
The company also said that it will increase the reach of Kaizala (launched in India last year and now available in 18 languages in Asia, Middle East, Africa, and South America) to Office 365 commercial plans worldwide.

"Kaizala, with Cloud scale and enterprise security, is enabling organisations to achieve more by empowering employees, engaging customers and enhancing workplace productivity. We are delighted with the rapid adoption in just over a year," said Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India. Developed by the Microsoft team, this app allows people to be connected in a group, create hierarchy-based access to a group and create groups within groups.
"Kaizala is a chat-based communication and data management tool. It is an enterprise-ready, compliant and secure chat app, offering organisations easy and simple way to share data for insightful decision making and gives employees an easy-to-use solution for efficient collaboration and improved productivity," explained Rajiv Kumar, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft.

The customers are using Kaizala because it makes it easy to connect and coordinate work with the entire value chain, including field employees, vendors, partners, and customers wherever they are. With Kaizala you efficiently assign and track tasks or collect data with individuals or large groups–even if they’re not within your organization.
Earlier this year, Microsoft enabled digital payments services on Kaizala in India. The UPI payment integration on Microsoft Kaizala works with all the banks that are already participating in UPI.
Microsoft Kaizala is available as a free mobile app on Android, iOS, and Windows platforms for individual users.