Microsoft also began its Digital Payment Wallet in India with the name Kaizala. We are aware that Kaizala is an enterprise social network app and now it gets
digital payments services too. Payment integration with Microsoft Kaizala will enable users to quickly send or receive money without having to leave the Kaizala application.
Rajesh Jha, Executive Vice President, Office Product Group, Microsoft has said ” We see an opportunity for technology to give first-line workers more intuitive, immersive, and empowering experiences and, thereby, help organisations achieve greater efficiency, enhance their customers’ experience. Office 365, including Microsoft Kaizala, Microsoft Teams and Outlook, aims to connect this mobile-first and mobile-only workforce for modern collaboration and teamwork. “
Microsoft Kaizala now helps users to make peer to peer payments in one to one and group chat conversations via the MobiKwik wallet and via YES Bank‘s Unified Payment Interface (UPI) integration. UPI payment integration on Microsoft Kaizala works with all 86 banks that are already participating in UPI.
Rajiv Kumar, Corporate Vice President, Office Product Group, Microsoft has said ” When we launched Microsoft Kaizala for India in July 2017, we provided consumers as well as businesses with a secure chat platform to collaborate and be productive on the go. Payment transactions within the app was a key demand……….Read More>>
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