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Google Enters Enterprise Corridor in India

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The Internet Giant Google announced two new initiatives to forge enterprises and startups communities in India. The initiatives are lucid intends to encompass into business genre in the country.

Presently, Google will cover the fees of Google Apps for businesses for who so over is underlined with enterprise agreement (EA) with any other provider. The free period is availed for the first comers into the agreement.  Significantly, Google strives to revamp the list of companies by availing them with Google for Work Partners.

For the startup community, Google announced $20,000 each credits in Cloud services for one year to 1000 startups.

Sharing insights, Amit Singh, President, Google For Work, said “With the second largest developer population in the world, India is poised to be home to next generation of global software firms. We’re committed to partner these next gen companies and enterprises as a trusted provider of affordable, collaborative and easy to use productivity and cloud computing tools to help them succeed. Over the last few years, we have gained tremendous momentum in helping companies go Google in India and we’re confident that with these new initiatives, we will further bring down the barriers for companies to make the switch to Google Apps.”

“We are excited to work with our current and soon-to-be customers to continue building the future of work in India. With the Enterprise Agreement offer and Cloud Platform credits for startups, we hope to see Indian businesses continue to rise,” said Mohit Pande, Country Head, Google for Work India.

Google points that it’s IT and cloud computing range are successfully integrated to existing Indian enterprises like Hero Motocorp and Bombay Dyeing to Indian-born multinationals like Welspun Group as well as the majority of leading startups in India.

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