These are exciting times at HyperOffice. The latest in a flurry of activity – in a pioneering move, HyperOffice has partnered with Tata Communications, the communications wing of Tata, one of India’s largest and oldest industrial groups. Under this partnership Tata Communications will offer the HyperOffice Collaboration Suite along with the high-speed data and voice tools that it delivers to business subscribers in India and 200 other countries around the world.
In the new millennia, emerging markets like India present a lucrative destination for companies, as these markets gain in affluence. India, that ancient culture, is now one of the most resurgent countries in the world, continuing to achieve astounding rates of economic growth. India has always very much been part of, and has contributed to the internet revolution. It is one of the most well connected countries in the world – the third-largest telecom market in the world and the second-largest wireless market. Broadband subscribers increased to 5.69 million in February 2009, up from 180,000 in March 2005. Research firm Informa forecasts mobile broadband revenues will reach $3.9 billion in Indian in 2013.
It is a ripe time to enter the business SaaS market in India, which is just starting to pick up. Indian companies and entrepreneurs are respected globally for their industry and professionalism. One of the largest exporters of IT services in the world, a huge number of Indian companies are part of a global network of suppliers, vendors, customers and partners. For companies for whom working with global teams is daily fare, HyperOffice’s online collaboration software offers a low cost, quick, and user friendly way to collaborate, share documents, manage projects, coordinate schedules, have dicussions and much more .
Moreover, ISP’s like Tata Communications, which have a massive business-consumer base, are perfectly poised to promote SaaS solutions in the business market. They have well established relationships with small and medium sized companies, and a deep understanding of their business needs. SaaS solutions are synergistic with their core connectivity solutions, and can be offered as a value added service for the universal need of collaboration that exists in every organization. We expect this to become a lucrative business for Tata, and a model that ISPs in the US might want to follow.
Read our press release @ http://www.hyperoffice.com/online-collaboration-india/