Zoho Corporation, a global technology company, announced that Zoho One has achieved a new milestone, now supporting 50,000 firms across more than 160 countries. Over the past two years alone, the platform has grown 150%, with 37.5% of new Zoho One customers coming from mid-market and enterprise businesses. Licence upgrades by customers who adopted Zoho One five years ago have increased 92%, contributing to this milestone growth.
These figures spotlight the market’s move away from static legacy applications and toward end-to-end solutions that empower fims to be agile, scale, and adapt to changes in their industries. Zoho One launched in 2017 as a first-of-its-kind suite including 35 integrated apps.
What are the perks of using Zoho One?
Today, Zoho One is the Operating System for Business—a comprehensive, scalable platform comprised of 45 unified applications along with end-to-end services including AI, business intelligence, contextual communication, and unified search, allowing businesses to run every aspect of their organisation—from sales and marketing to finance, HR, and analytics.
Singular Breadth and Value
Zoho One added 10 apps and services in dialogue with businesses to meet their evolving needs, while reducing clients’ cost of ownership in adopting and maintaining the platform.
Zoho One offers the broadest, most integrated platform on the market, providing diverse businesses the tools to serve clients; run operations; collaborate efficiently; and customise the solution. Zoho One has the scope and power to run any business out of the box, while carrying the tools necessary for organisations to customise the solution to fit their requirements—capabilities which are unmatched by any single product in the market.
Zoho One is built entirely in-house, on a single technology stack, resulting in a truly unified, end-to-end platform with hundreds of integration points across its applications. Consistent, ground-up unification provides businesses with a deeper connection between sales, marketing, customer support, accounting, human resources, and other functions.
Zoho One brings context to communication and collaboration among colleagues, clients, and vendors, enabling easy access to relevant information stored across different applications in the platform. Achieving this level of interoperability, seamless data flow, and context traditionally requires expensive and expansive IT involvement, with no guarantee of success.
Zoho can deliver end-to-end unification by owning and operating its entire technology stack, including 10 data centres located across North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia.
Integration with Third-Party Systems
Zoho One’s upmarket growth is made possible by the platform’s capacity to tightly integrate with third-party solutions without causing data and operational silos or impacting the efficiency of a business’s existing system. Zoho One applications integrate with hundreds of leading third-party solutions, preserving customer choice and flexibility, particularly for mid-market firms managing complex systems, large amounts of data, and dispersed teams.
Zoho One’s sizable upmarket customer growth shows the platform’s value not only as an all-in-one solution for businesses but also as a transformative addition to larger tech systems.
What were the executives’ thoughts on Zoho One?
“The platform has enabled us to scale rapidly by optimising and automating routine yet time-consuming tasks such as processing timecards or reviewing invoices, freeing up hours in the day to focus on growth. Those hours have translated into a more efficient and effective sales process, improved by the deep insight gained from Zoho One’s business intelligence tools.”
“Firms need apps that work seamlessly together on a common platform, and that are simple to use. Zoho One has been in the forefront of the movement to unify departments and processes, making it easier to create more satisfying and complex customer experiences.”
“Siloed systems cause business silos. An integrated organisation, therefore, is typically a reflection of integrated systems underneath. This is what we see with our own customers. Nearly half of Zoho One customers use 20 or more apps across functions, integrating their organisation and reporting higher returns,” said Raju Vegesna, Zoho’s Chief Evangelist.
“With Zoho One, we set the tone for the rest of the industry on what a platform, or rather an operating system for business, could be. We will continue to lead the way,” Raju further said.