Yes Bank today announced it’s moving to Office 365 and Kaizala as part of its new partnership with Microsoft India. The bank’s employees throughout India will now be using Office 365 applications for faster communication, and more.
In addition to Office 365, Yes Bank is also deploying Microsoft’s new Kaizala service today. Microsoft’s Kaizala has been quite a success in India. The service allows for faster communication and collaboration within a workplace, and it’s built for India’s slow networks, too. Kaizala only launched in India earlier this week, but it has been under testing for a while now.
Deployment of Kaizala seems to be the highlight of Yes Bank’s partnership with Kaizala. “The Kaizala solution will empower the employees and customers by enabling digital communication channels over a familiar chat-driven interface, and ensure that Yes Bank leverages its strength as an agile organization,” said Yes Bank’s CEO Rana Kapoor.
Microsoft India’s President Anant Maheshwari also thanked Yes Bank for adopting Kaizala “early” in a statement:
These cloud-based technologies bring the best of our modern workplace solutions to Yes Bank. I would especially like to thank Yes Bank for being an early adopter of Kaizala.