Banking And InsuranceCryptocurrencyDigital MarketingErpFood And BeveragesHealthcareLegalMarketing And AdvertisingMedia And EntertainmentMetals And MiningOil And GasRetailTelecom
Artificial IntelligenceBig DataCloudCyber SecurityE CommerceEducationGaming And VfxIT ServiceMobileNetworkingSAPScience And TechnologySecuritySoftwareStorage
CiscoDatabaseGoogleIBMJuniperM2MMicrosoftOracleRed Hat
CEO ReviewCompany Review

The Silicon Review Asia

Microsoft’s Kaizala app to help the Indian Railways

Microsoft’s Kaizala app to help the Indian Railways

Microsoft will help the employees of the Indian Railways with its productivity app called Kaizala. The solution of the app will create a bridge between employees across the country with good healthcare facilities. The announcement was made public on Thursday.

The app is primarily developed to cater to the Indian market; to allow big group communications and work management.

Microsoft stated that the new app will help the current and retired employees to rip the benefits of healthcare services of 125 railway and 133 private hospitals which are recognized by the governmentThe Kaizala group, managed by doctors from South Central Railways will be complemented with focused groups of doctors, paramedical staff and nurses.

The employees must register to use healthcare services. After registering, the employees can search for Kaizala, nearby hospitals and doctors, health units, and empanelled diagnostic centers.  Employees can confirm an appointment through the app, share diagnostic reports directly, and save their records digitally in 'Me Chat' option in Kaizala.

People familiar with the matter said that Kaizala is a perfect fit for Indian Railways.  Microsoft is optimistic about its experience of working with the government and private sector customers on a large scale; helping them to take care of millions of railway employees effectively.

The Indian Railways are committed to providinga rich experience to its employees. One of the keys focuses for the Railways is to provide good medical facilities; integrating it with Microsoft Kaizala will help them to fulfill their vision of helping the employees including those who are located in rural parts of India.


Pine Labs Reaffirms its Commitment to Indian Payments Space with Qfix Acquisition

HDFC Bank is Qfix's main distribution partner Pine Labs has announced that it has acquired Qfix, a Mumbai-based online payments startup. This acquisi...

Salesforce Expands into Thailand, Opens Office in Bangkok

Salesforce has announced permanent presence in Thailand by launching its new office in the country’s capital, Bangkok. The permanent presence wi...

GMLL is expected to soon add two more stores to its retail arm ‘Price Mantra’

Garment Mantra Lifestyle, a popular name in the Indian fashion retail segment, recently made an announcement that the company is expanding its retail ...

Tariff plans will cost higher from the next financial year as telecom companies are gearing up to increase rates

The ongoing Covid pandemic had significantly increased the number of mobile and internet users worldwide. The high amount of usage is expected to drop...