Bangalore, May 13: The Microsoft Corporation India Private Ltd announced its new productivity software for the business customers in India and across. The new software launched by the company include Office 2010, Share Point 2010, Vision 2010 and Project 2010.
This latest offering from Microsoft is expected to benefit 90 million customers across the world providing a uniform productivity experience to PCs, web and mobile.
As per independent technology research company Forrester Research, deploying these software will enable the companies to expect300 per cent return on their investments. They can also expect to see more than $13 million in savings over a three-year period.
“The excitement in India for Office 2010 is very high," said Microsoft India Chairman Ravi Venkatesan.
Over 2,000 Techno giants like TCS, Cognizant Technologies, Lowe Lintas, Virgin Mobile, Mindtree Consulting, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, Wipro and HCL Infosystems have already started the transition to these high end business development software.
Microsoft also announced that Windows 6.5 phones and a broad range of Nokia smart phones, starting with Nokia"s business-optimised range, the E-series will soon have access to Office Moblie 2010.