Google buys a Tech-Startup that teaches how to use Google Apps
Google has recently acquired Synergyse, a startup that train people around the globe to use Google Apps in undiscloseddeal.
Synergyse is a startup, which presents platform to train people virtually on how to use technology. At present it endows with training facility to hundreds of users around the globe on Google Apps. Google has acquired the startup on May 1, 2016 in an undisclosed deal. Officially Synergyse work towards offering a powerful training platform for users who are new to Google Apps and is free to use. After founded by a former Google employee in the year 2013, the startup did not raised any funding.
Synergyse consist of an interactive database to train people to comprehend Google Apps by bringing simple and effective solutions to understand the apps’ usage with less effort. It provides a feature like on demand training. Users can schedule program and catch on the training whenever they want with progress tracking.
Google Apps are widely used by many companies across the world. The app takes care of teaching the users, who are not aware about the UI and functionality. Tracking progress section helps users to understand how well they are doing. Later this can be used by companies also to assort work among the users. The app uses animation and audio to make users understand the app usage. Synergyse has kept things simple and straight to educate users of all level. Google has sponsored unlimited storage stage to keep private content on the cloud.
- Synergyse is a straightforward platform for users to learn and understand how to use Google Apps.
- It has a chrome extension and provides unlimited storage of private data on cloud.