At HyperOffice, we uphold a culture of giving back, and we hope our contributions will add to the ongoing efforts to provide relief to victims and to the community
ROCKVILLE, Md. (PRWEB) December 05, 2018
Today, HyperOffice, a leading provider of cloud based business communication, collaboration and workflow software pledged 5% of all license revenue from new clients signed up in December and January to help victims of the California wildfire.
The recent fires, also referred to as The Camp Fire, were the deadliest in California's history covering 240 acres, destroying nearly 19,000 structures and leaving widespread loss of life in its wake. As of November 19, insured damage was estimated to be $7.5–10 billion.
"While the fires were contained, it will take victims and communities years to recover from the loss of their loved ones, homes, and businesses," said Farzin Arsanjani, President, HyperOffice. "As fellow citizens and humans, we feel compelled to help out in whichever way we can. At HyperOffice, we uphold a culture of giving back, and we hope our contributions will add to the ongoing efforts to provide relief to victims and to the community," Farzin added.
HyperOffice is a Rockville, MD based business software company founded in 2004, which is widely recognized for its innovative cloud offerings for SMBs like intranets, document management, workflow automation, team communication etc. It has previously pledged its support for victims of other disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and other California wildfires. HyperOffice will be channeling its donations to the American Red Cross wildlife relief efforts.
Founded in 2004, HyperOffice Inc., (https://www.hyperoffice.com), is a leading provider of online team communication, collaboration, mobility and social software for businesses. Through its Atlas, HyperBase and uShare.to (https://web.ushare.to) product lines, HyperOffice provides all the tools teams, employees, clients and partners need to communicate, collaborate, manage information and be productive from any web browser, mobile device or tablet.