Broadvision's Vmoso app to boost 'Startup India Standup India': CEO Chen

| Updated: Nov 06, 2016 04:26 IST

By Sahil Pandey NewDelhi [India], Nov.5(ANI):After its success in USA, Europe and China, business transformation solution provider BroadVision has launched Vmoso application for the Indian market. Vmoso is a digital business transformation platform that will now offer Indian enterprises an advantage to grow up their business rapidly. The application unifies email, data and content sharing, workflow, and social networking into one integrated environment, forming a single source of truth across a detailed corporate knowledge web to significantly enhance both internal collaboration and external engagement. It also provides Instant message feature which would be apt for faster and sufficient way to communicate in today's world. 'If you are an enterprise that exists in today's world, what Vmoso could do is help you perform an entire digital transformation. It allows your people to work faster, better and cheaper. Help you get more things done.' CEO of BroadVision, Dr. Pehong Chen told ANI. "It allows you to engage with each and every customer of yours as if they are VIP. By doing so, you increase customer loyalty and also magnify their lifetime value," he added. Vmoso also supports hybrid cloud deployment that would offer both public and private hosting options to ensure the highest level of data security and information privacy. With the launch of the application in India, Chen believes that Vsomo would boost India's growth story and also asserted that the application would be helpful for the new startups in India. Backing the Indian government's Start up India and Stand up India initiative, Chen said, "We support the Government of India's initiative and that is why we have a free subscription application which can benefit the small and medium enterprise." While acknowledging the rise of Indian market, especially in the Information and Technology sector, Chen claimed that Vmoso can help save time spent in the business process and boost revenues. Through Vmoso, BroadVision is set to target all major Indian tech companies. "India represents two markets for us. One, is India per say and second all the tech companies' customers that are global in nature." Chen said. BroadVision, Inc. has its presence in India over a decade across various sectors and is continuing to stake claim in e-commerce website in the Asia - Pacific region i.e IRCTC, Department of Defence, Thomas Cook and Tractor & Farm Equipment Ltd. Vmoso client applications are available universally on all HTML-5 web browsers for PC, Mac, and tablets, as well as natively on iOS and Android mobile devices. (ANI)