Monday, March 8, 2010

Google Apps Marketplace Opens for Cloud Services

A new Google Apps Marketplace officially opened for business. The site allows Google Apps customers to discover, deploy and manage cloud applications that integrate with Google Apps.


Google currently has over 2 million companies using its Google Apps service. The new Marketplace initially has about 50 companies are selling applications across a range of businesses. These include:

Intuit Online Payroll: allows small business owners a new way to efficiently run payroll, pay taxes and let employees check paystubs all within one integrated online office environment.

Manymoon: a free work and project management application that helps teams to organize and share information including tasks, projects, documents, status updates and links with co-workers, customers and partners.

Professional Services Connect (PS Connect): a new cloud-based offering coming soon from Appirio that pulls contextually relevant information on people, projects, customers and transactions from a user's domain and surfaces it directly inside a Gmail message so services professionals can make more informed, real-time decisions.

JIRA Studio: a hosted software development suite from Atlassian that enables software developers to flow naturally between Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and other design and development tools in order to better track and manage project issues and workflow.

myERP.com : a free online business suite for streamlining CRM, Sales, Projects, Purchasing, Inventory, Accounting. Fully integrated with Google Apps, Gmail and Calendar.http://googleblog.blogspot.com/http://www.google.com/enterprise/marketplace/home

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