Kaizala was originally started as a Microsoft Garage project in India. During the pilot phase, more than 30 government departments and over 70,000 users in the AP State Government in India used Microsoft Kaizala for day-to-day work.
Realizing its potential, Microsoft officially launched Kaizala as a standalone product offering in India last year. Microsoft later launched its enterprise version, Kaizala Pro that allows organizations to have full administrative control of their groups. Yesterday, Microsoft expanded the availability of Kaizala Pro to Nigeria.
“Mobile technology is enabling businesses to embrace the fourth industrial revolution and digitally transform their operations. Microsoft Kaizala is ideal for organisations that need to communicate with large numbers of task workers to enhance business agility, collaboration, and organisational productivity,” said Akin Banuso, Country General Manager, Microsoft Nigeria.
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Kaizala free edition is available in Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, the Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, and Vietnam.