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You're invited: Create custom cloud apps for any industry with Zoho

07 Jun 2018

Business software can be a nightmare at times. There may be complexity in all aspects of the process – from design and deployment through to licensing and procurement, security, scaling, and training.

Zoho knows that software for running businesses is cost-prohibitive for Australia’s SMBs, which is why it’s on a mission to change this.

Zoho is the operating system for business - a single cloud platform with all the necessary applications to run a business entirely from the cloud.

It's an operating system for business with over 40 products. One of them is Creator, catering to the app needs of all businesses. Creator lets users create custom apps for any industry. These apps can automate internal operations as well as external communications for an organisation.

To help businesses get started, Creator also offers over 50 ready-made apps such as sales management, employee onboarding, and customer service tracker that users can choose from and customise.

Businesses can use Deluge, Zoho's in-house proprietary language, to introduce advanced and niche functionality to their apps, integrate with third-party services using Zapier or Zoho flow and the REST API.

More than 35 million users around the world across hundreds of thousands of companies rely on Zoho every day to run their businesses - including Zoho itself. The company already works with customers including Tesla, Adobe, Cisco, Suzuki, and Dolby. 

In an effort to expand its offering to small businesses in the Asia Pacific region, Creator has announced exclusive workshops in Sydney and Melbourne as part of the Zoholics conference.

Zoholics is designed to give the opportunity to learn, network, and get access to resources. Participants get to hear about the latest Zoho solutions, get inspired by visionary keynotes, experience hands-on workshops and one-on-one sessions, and connect with like-minded peers who also use Zoho to drive their businesses.

Zoholics 2018 will be held in Sydney on the 14th and 15th of June, and in Melbourne on the 18th and 19th.

The following week, Zoho experts will be conducting exclusive consultation camps in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, and Adelaide.

You wouldn’t want to miss this if you’re:

  • looking to partner with Zoho
  • evaluating cloud software for your business

Learn more and schedule a session:

To find out more information about Zoho Creator, get your free product trial here.

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