Soon Digital Payments Functionality To Surface In “Kaizala” App Of Microsoft

Soon Digital Payments Functionality To Surface In “Kaizala” App Of Microsoft

In India, the digital payment space has witnessed a manifold growth. And to add to it now Microsoft will be soon facilitating digital payments services in “Kaizala,” its enterprise social network application, in the nation. Payment incorporation—through third-party mobile payment framework—with “Kaizala” will allow the users to receive or send money quickly with no need to depart the Kaizala mobile app.

Corporate Vice President for Office Product Group at Microsoft India, Rajiv Kumar, said, “Consumers have been soliciting pertaining to the addition of the payment facility in Kaizala to accomplish the workflow. We’re very soon going to incorporate digital payment functionality into the application. The incorporation will look out for the disbursements from bank to bank, credit card to the bank, wallet to wallet, and vice versa. It is greatly customer-driven and addresses all shareholders in the value chain.”

With Kaizala—that has a user base of more than 1 Million in the country—the users will have the alternative to execute P2P payments in group and one-to-one chat conversations. Kaizala, rolled out in July 2017, is now also linked with fast-trading desktop solution Office 365 of Microsoft.

Microsoft, upping the ante, has got in “Kaizala Pro” and “Kaizala”—mobile-first solutions to assist businesses to link with populace outside and inside the organizations, straightforwardly manage assignments across the value chain and achieve actionable perceptions. Kaizala enters at a moment when Small and Medium Enterprises and businesses are becoming more scattered in the country and linking with partners and teams gets equally vital, particularly in regions with weaker Internet connectivity.

A noteworthy acceptance is witnessed by it among Apollo Telemedicine, YES Bank, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, and United Phosphorous Limited, among others. Further, at the level of government, over 30 departments with more than 70,000 employees in the Andhra Pradesh government make use of Kaizala for day-to-day work and instantaneous governance.