Zoho One Hits Customer Size Milestone Of 150%

Zoho One Hits Customer Size Milestone Of 150%

One of the leading technology companies in Africa, Zoho Corporation, has revealed that Zoho One has hit a new landmark as it now assists about 50,000 organizations across 160 countries.

In the last two years only, the platform has increased in size, it has acquired 150% plus 37.5% new Zoho One customers through the mid-market and enterprise businesses.

Customers who embraced the Zoho One licence upgrades five years ago have now increased by 92%. This event has also contributed to the milestone development. This is a substantial growth of 115% between 2020 to 2021 in Nigeria.

The provided figures see the market shift from a static legacy process, moving towards an end-to-end platform that enhances these organizations, and strengthens, accelerates and accommodates industrial evolutions.

Zoho One launched in 2017 with the intent to be the “first-of-its-kind”, it integrated about 35 applications on its platform likewise offering a platform that is easy to navigate, and scalable.

Currently, the platform has integrated about 45 unified applications with end-to-end services, some of which have featured in business intelligence, AI, unified search, and contextual communication, businesses are allowed to operate every aspect of their organization on the platform. This includes their sales, marketing, HR, analytics and finance.

Making a statement about Zoho Corporation’s growth, President – MEA, Zoho Corp, Hyther Nizam, said, “Siloed systems cause business silos, An integrated organization, 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 organization and reporting higher returns.

SMEs and startups especially benefit from an all-in-one solution that allows them to scale without data silos, integration hassles or multi-vendor contracts, and also bring down the total cost of ownership.”