New Delhi: ( 13/12/18) Microsoft Today announced that Kaizala is now powering over 1000 organizations in India across government and business institutions, to enhance workplace productivity. Backed by Microsoft’s most trusted and secure Azure platform which ensures compliance with an organization’s data-use policies as well as GDPR Kaizala is a ‘made for India’ product. It is bringing mobile-only workers, mainly first line workers, into a digitally integrated modern workplace.
Launched just over a year ago, Microsoft Kaizala is now commercially available across 28 markets in Asia, Middle East, Africa and South America. Microsoft also announced that it will be expanding the reach of Kaizala to Office 365 commercial plans worldwide. Developed by the Microsoft Garage team, Microsoft Kaizala allows millions of maple to be connected in a group create hierarchy-based access to a group and create groups within groups.
Speaking Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India said, “Microsoft Kaizala, with cloud scale & enterprise security, is enabling organizations to achieve more by empowering employees, engaging customers and enhancing workplace productivity. We are delighted with the rapid adoption in just over a year.”
One of the early adopters of Microsoft Kaizala, Dr Devi Shetty, Founder and Chairman. Narayana Health, who is committed to delivering high-quality, affordable healthcare, said, “We believe that at its heart, patient care is a network of conversations, and the quality of these conversations determines the quality of care the patient receives. Microsoft Kaizala serves as an Electronic Medical Record, with no attendant cost, and the patient’s data is shared across the group of treating doctors and nurses. All group members monitor a patient’s treatment and make interventions in real time.”