If you are a small or medium business and you haven’t heard of Zoho yet, you should check it out—the company might have an app for you, perhaps even for free. The name alludes to small office, home office, i.e., SOHO, although some products are suited to larger companies.
The Web-based mini apps of the Zoho Office Suite are a great example of the trend of the atomization of user experience
free premium accounts
Books (accounting), have their free editions, with paid editions offering more functionality or allowing more users. For example, customers can use Zoho Meeting for free one-on-one Web meetings, but must pay a monthly fee for a set number of users. Zoho Meeting integrates with all other Zoho services and offers features such as variable viewer options, remote assistance, and desktop shortcuts. Zoho’s suite of mini apps leverages Java and a slew of open source technologies such as MySQL and Apache