Microsoft may be leading the productivity software business in its Office suite, but it does not necessarily mean that its market share is secure, and rivals like Google have been seeking to attract more Microsoft customers. Media company Nielsen Holdings recently decided to give up Microsoft Office applications, and with a very surprising move to Google’s G Suite.
Among them, involving 56,000 employees. Bloomberg reported that Google has made a rare victory in the fight against Microsoft, especially in the Google business productivity solutions G Suite is still lagging behind the case of competitors.
This does not necessarily mean that Microsoft’s sharp decline in this market, according to the company’s fourth quarter financial results for the fiscal year 2010, productivity and business process revenue growth of 21% to $8.4 billion, Office business products and cloud services revenue growth Not less than 5%, Office 365 business income also increased by 43%.
Microsoft said that major banks and telecommunications customers choose Office 365, Microsoft continues to see Office 365 strong growth. However, Google did not give up fighting. The company said G Suite currently has no less than 3.5 million paying customers, up from about 3 million customers in January and G16 sales in 2016, about $ 1.6 billion.