Microsoft Invests In Mobile Communications Startup Zula


Microsoft has made a seed fund investment in Zula, a startup that streamlines mobile communication and productivity.

Rahul Sood (General manager, Microsoft Ventures): It was a clear signal that this is a company on a major growth trajectory because they solve challenges that so many teams face when collaborating via mobile devices.

“We build Zula using Zula as a team and we believe in the app’s abilities to change the way people communicate in the new age of mobile technology,” said the startup in a blog post.

The size of the investment was not shared.

[Image courtesy: Zula]

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