Google Acquires Zenter, Online Slides Presentation Company

Jun 20, 2007 • 8:59 am | comments (2) by twitter | Filed Under Google News & Finances
 

Yesterday, Google announced on its blog that it acquired Zenter, a company that provides software for creating online slide presentations. The goal would be for "more sharing" and information collaboration, as the blog title suggests. Google has been planning to expand their family to presentations for quite some time when they announced their acquisition of Tonic Systems which allows for document conversion and presentation creation as well.

Discussion at WebmasterWorld and DigitalPoint express similar sentiments. For one, this is a competitor to Microsoft Office, or as one calls it, this is the new "Google Office." After all, Google presentations was pretty much all that was left to complete their office suite.

Forum dscussion continues at WebmasterWorld and DigitalPoint.

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Comments:

random.user

06/22/2007 04:09 pm

why is google pretending ZENTER is a company? check archive.org it was just a parked domain, not a company!

Tamar Weinberg

06/22/2007 08:50 pm

Not all companies have websites, random.user. I guess we're still learning that. :)

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