New Delhi, July 27, 2017: Microsoft India has launched a mobile-only product designed for large group communications and work management. Microsoft Kaizala as it is called, makes it simple for organizations to seamlessly communicate, collaborate and complete tasks, bringing together desktop users and mobile-only users who may be within or outside their organizations.
Simultaneously, Microsoft announced the enterprise version, Kaizala Pro. Kaizala is powered by Microsoft's cloud platform, Azure.:
Says Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India “Using Microsoft Kaizala, organizations can connect with their employees and the extended value chain. The product offers a simple and familiar chat interface and goes beyond to make everyone more productive using Surveys, Polls, Jobs, Meetings and other actions, right in your chats. MicrosoftKaizala has been optimized for 2G networks to enable connectivity in remote locations and offers features with offline support."
Microsoft Kaizala has already been adopted by Indian organizations such as YES Bank, Apollo Telemedicine, Republic TV, United Phosphorous Limited and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, who are currently piloting the solution for their internal teams. Andhra Pradesh is one of the first government organizations to use Microsoft Kaizala for real time governance. More than 30 government departments and over 70,000 users in the State Government use Microsoft Kaizala for day-to-day work.
Read more about Microsoft Kaizala and its features here.
Download the free Android app here and the iOS app here
Use case: Here is how Apollo Hospitals use Kaizala:
How do you bring quality healthcare to over a billion people across India? That was the challenge Anurag Vohra, Chief Technology Officer, Apollo Tele Health Services had in front of him.
“Since doctors cannot reach every nook and corner of India, Apollo is setting up tele-clinics in all remote locations possible. At these tele-clinics, people can walk in and take consultations with family physicians or if needed, even our specialists via video conferencing,” Vohra says
|However, having operations and staff in remote locations comes with its own set of challenges. First of them is the ability to capture operational data from every tele-clinic remotely and ensure that things are running as they should. More importantly, not everyone in the field had access to a PC and even those who had one could only respond when they were logged into the system.
Vohra and his team wanted something more real-time – a mobile tool that was convenient for their field workers to use on the move and for the backend team to be able to compile reports quickly and act on them. They chose Kaizala.