Impiger Technologies’ People1 Helps the SMB Community During the Global Crisis

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Impiger Technologies' People1 has introduced the 3-month trial offer to help SMBs continue their business operation while working remotely in the ongoing scenario.

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We understand that companies all across the globe are facing challenges and hurdles that are hard to overcome due to the ongoing crisis. This is our way of helping out our fellow community members, help them tide through these tough situations and tell them that we are here for them

Amidst the ongoing crisis, disruptions are common. Today, companies are opting to go digital with their operations and therefore, are looking for digital workspaces that can help them keep their business momentum going.

Impiger Technologies’ People1 is making remote working easier to adopt and follow. Armed with new and improved remote tools, People1 helps organizations create a working model akin to the physical office spaces that allow them to communicate, collaborate and create with ease.

By adopting the People1 solution, companies will be able to communicate, collaborate and co-innovate with their team members, without succumbing to the hurdle of remote working.

People1 is #Here2Help its customers and is offering its services for free for the first 3 months to alleviate the worry of upfront payment and help them focus their full attention to keeping the business momentum going.

It is compliant with Office 365 & SharePoint and its ability to seamlessly communicate with existing systems like CRM, ERP and many others enhance one point connection that boosts productivity during the remote scenario.

Jude Ramayya, CEO, Impiger Technologies, states, “We understand that companies all across the globe are facing challenges and hurdles that are hard to overcome due to the ongoing crisis. This is our way of helping out our fellow community members tide through these tough situations and tell them that we are here for them”.

This offer is available to all SMBs and high scale organizations looking to simplify their venture into the remote working paradigm.

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