Zoho is offering free migration for Hipchat/Stride users moving to Zoho Cliq, its business messaging software. The announcement comes in the wake of Hipchat/Stride shutting operations on February 15, following its acquisition by Slack.
Zoho Cliq like Hipchat/Stride, offers extensive third-party integrations, fitting well into an existing ecosystem of business app that an organisation may be using. However, Cliq offers 100 GB/organisation on its free plan, as compared to Hipchat/Stride’s 5GB/org limit. Cliq also has multi-language support. The paid plans for Cliq start from ₹40/user/month.
Zoho Cliq is trusted by thousands of companies across the world and has seen 250% growth in a number of organisations created last year.
With apps in nearly every major business category, including sales, marketing, customer support, accounting and back-office operations, and an array of productivity and collaboration tools, Zoho is one of the world’s most prolific software companies. Zoho respects user privacy and does not have an ad-revenue model in any part of its business, including its free products. More than 40 million users around the world, across hundreds of thousands of companies, rely on Zoho every day to run their businesses, including Zoho itself.