The company offers a wide range of popular Web productivity applications, including Zoho CRM.
"Not only does Zoho have more than 2 million paying and nonpaying users, its revenue has been growing at a rate of 40 percent per year and it expects to hit profitability by year's end," writes Computerworld's Eric Lai.
Recent improvements, according to company chief evangelist Raju Vegesna, include "letting users quickly edit sales leads stored in the form-based CRM database in... Zoho Spreadsheet, and letting users sign in via their Google, Yahoo and Facebook accounts," Lai writes. "The goal is to reduce friction and let its users, mostly workers at smaller, distributed companies, move around the various Zoho Apps as quickly and painlessly as possible."
Click on the following to read the Computerworld article: Zoho slows frantic growth, works on integrating Web apps instead