BARCELONA, July 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
The consultancy firm IDC estimates that the social software market is set to grow by 40% annually until 2016
Three months following its arrival in France at the hand of AddictoWeb and in Germany thanks to Ajedo, Zyncro, the leading Enterprise Social Network in Southern Europe and Latin America, has strengthened its presence in these two key EU markets
Zyncro, your Enterprise Social Network, provides a collaborative online workspace where you can share knowledge, documents, tasks, contacts... and can be integrated with all major corporate management systems. Thanks to its ability to be fully customized and commercialized as a white-label solution, features that set it apart from the competition and enable it to be the perfect Private Social Network for business community communication, Zyncro has set its sights on the medium and large enterprise market. In fact, the company already has major high-value customers such as Telefónica, Cetelem Spain (of the BNP Paribas group), Volkswagen Audi Spain, Fiesta Hotel Group, Seguros Monterrey-New York Life, and La Caixa, among others.
This solution is part of the social business area, a market that according to predictions from the consultancy firm IDC will go from representing a global turnover of 800 million dollars (649 million euros) in 2011 to 4,500 million dollars (3,600 million euros) in 2014, an average annual increase of 42.4%.
Zyncro has gained recognition in France and Germany thanks to its mention in studies by well-known analysts such as Lecko (France), who included it among its leading technology tools in June this year, and is gradually winning support among key IT opinion leaders and influencers in the French market.
Zyncro, which will open offices in China and Italy in September, has forecast growth of greater than 100% for the upcoming year in France.
Zyncro, which is based in Barcelona, is currently present in Spain, France, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg and Japan.