Zoho Corp introduces new services

Saturday, Nov 27, 2021 11:13

Zoho Corporation has recently introduced new apps and services in Zoho One, an operating system for business.

The new release, the company said, allows businesses to become more productive, adjust to changing business conditions more quickly, and become poised for growth.

Zoho One is a solution for addressing operational, digitisation and retention issues that organisations face. Instead of employing integrated applications with various purposes, the essence of Zoho One is creating a closed process of the operating system with unified data for businesses.

Powered by Zia, Zoho's AI assistant, and Zoho's BI and analytics platform, Zoho One allows users to predict and provide insights across the organisation enabling confident decision-making.

Zoho One's enhanced user experience allows easy customisation and personalisation of workspaces.

In addition, Zoho One has added three new apps including ZohoCommerce, Zoho Learn and Zoho Lens.

Zoho One platform already integrates with 1,000+ third party solutions on ZohoMarketplace and now extends integration with 100+ telephony providers to enable seamless communications between stakeholders.

Zoho One also includes a comprehensive platform for developers and business users to create, extend and integrate. The platform includes newly released no-code tool, Canvas, low-code tool, Zoho Creator, and pro-code platform Catalyst.

Since its release in 2017, over 40,000 organisations have chosen Zoho One as their operating system. During the months of global and economic crises, Zoho One witnessed a 60 per cent year-on-year customer growth with the average number of apps used by businesses rising to 21 from 19 in the beginning of 2020.

Zoho offers services to over 500 organisations in Viet Nam alone, including several products such as ZohoWorkplace, Zoho CRM, and others.

Despite the fact that the number of enterprises founded in Viet Nam is growing, many of them face significant challenges and business losses, especially in the COVID-19 outbreak. One of the primary causes of this problem is a lack of a unified operating system as well as proper management tools.

Furthermore, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, employees have continued working from home, requiring organisations to reassess their business management methods. — VNS

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