New York: Google has acquired a new business technology start-up, which was founded by Varun Malhotra, who is an Indian-Origin entrepreneur. The start-up aimed at providing scale training on offerings of Google Apps to its users.
Varun Malhotra, the CEO and founder of Synergyse (now acquired by Google) launched it in 2013 and provided fully fledged training to the customers on how to use the Google Apps.
Google is yet to disclose the financial details about this deal. Peter Scocimara, Senior Director Operations (Google Apps) said in his blog post that thousands of Google Apps users and Google itself is very excited about Synergise.
He further added, “Google Apps product suite that includes Calendar, Drive, Gmail, and Docs was created to provide the cloud based communications and productivity. It is now been used by over 2 million businesses around the globe.”
“As more and more businesses will continue to sign up, we wish to scale out training offerings to out potential customers and other users,” he added. He further said that Synergyse created a virtual coach inside the Google App interface and this was pure brilliance.
Synergyse will be helping the users to speed up quickly through its text and voice modules, which are offered as training. Google will roll out new features to it making it more easy and compatible for each and every customer. “Synergyse will join Google and will make the product available as the integral part of Google Apps offerings by the end of this year,” he said.
Varun Malhotra said, “Synergyse will join Google Apps team and will be accelerating its mission as the company will be working with Google Apps team.” Varun has over 10 years of huge experience in enterprise space and knows the things pretty well. Google will surely revolutionize things after the acquisition of Synergyse, the Toronto-based start-up.