Google acquires Indian-origin business technology start up

| Thursday, May 5, 2016 - 16:46
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Google acquires Indian-origin Start Up

Google acquires Indian-origin start up

New York: Google has recently acquired a business technology startup founded by an entrepreneur  of Indian origin,Varun Malhotra. The search engine giant is mulling to scale up its app based offerings for its customers and customers' users.
Varun Malhotra is the founder and CEO of Toronto-based Synergyse, which was launched in 2013 with an aim to teach users about the usage of Google Apps.
Synergyse will help built a virtual coach inside Google Apps interface. With voice and text interactive modules that are searchable by topic within its apps, Synergyse has been acquired with an aim to speed up Google's app features.

Post Synergyse acquisition, Google is planning to integrate the app training aspects into Google Apps itself. The extension is now offered by the California-based search engine giant at no additional cost.


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