Going Google – the Zensar Way : New Delhi, India
Press Release | 6 Dec 2011
Zensar Technologies, the leading Global Technology and Business Process Company today announced that it is adopting Google Apps on a company-wide basis for enhanced communication, collaboration and efficiency. Zensar will also provide Google Apps solutions in APAC region, and to large Retail and Manufacturing customers in India. Mr. Doug Farber, Managing Director, APAC Enterprise, Google, said, “Today, more than 4 million businesses around the world - are using Google Apps to drive innovation, increase productivity and collaboration and reduce IT expenditure. 150,000 businesses have chosen to go Google across India and we are delighted that Zensar is coming on board as a customer and also becoming a reseller for Google Apps. We look forward to working with them to bring the power of these web based applications to more businesses in India.” Commenting on the partnership, Dr. Ganesh Natarajan Vice Chairman and CEO said, “Zensar is committed to building the next generation of collaboration infrastructure for the benefit of all its Indian and global customers. Google Apps takes us one step closer to that goal. Zensar has a geographically dispersed, highly mobile and skilled workforce which needs to operate on a 24x7 basis. We expect that Google Apps will not only enhance collaboration but these tools will empower them, providing more choice and flexibility in where, when and how they choose to do their work. We plan to use the reseller relationship to bring benefits of Google Apps to more businesses in India focusing on Retail and Manufacturing verticals.” Google Apps for Business is a web-based suite of messaging and collaboration applications, that include Gmail, Google Calendar, and integrated chat, as well as Google Docs and Google Sites, Google’s word processing, spread sheet, presentation and website creation tools. These applications will enable Zensar associates to collaborate on web based documents in real time, without the hassle of mailing attachments back and forth and keeping track of various versions allowing these tools to together serve as a “communications hub”. Additionally using Google Apps Marketplace and Google App Engine, Zensar will be able to access third party applications and build their own customized applications for external and internal use on top of Google’s platform.