Tata Communications and Sabeer Bhatia join hands

By November 28th, 2009 AT 8:09 PM
Tata Communications and Sabeer Bhatia join hands
Hotmail Founder & Chairman of InstaColl Mr. Sabeer Bhatia with Tata Communications Internet Services Ltd. COO, Mr. Prateek Pashine at the official launch of the web 2.0 Live Documents.

Tata Communications Internet Services Ltd. (TCISL), the fully owned subsidiary of Tata Communications has tied up with Sabeer Bhatia promoted InstaColl to launch a powerful collaboration tool Live Documents for the retail and enterprise customers.

“This VAS service will be offered at a special price point to suit Indian purses. This is yet another example of the company’s commitment to customer delight,” said Mr. Prateek Pashine, COO of TCISL. TCISL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Communications.

“We are delighted to partner with Tata Communications to evangelize Live Documents and web-based productivity in India. I am confident that our innovative product coupled with the stature, reach and reputation of Tata Communications will offer a best-of-breed web destination that will meet the most compelling customer imperatives around office productivity and collaboration,” Mr. Sabeer Bhatia, Chairman, InstaColl, said.

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