|Founded||17 - March - 1996|
|Headquarters||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Sridhar Vembu (CEO), Radha Vembu, Sekar Vembu|
|Services||Cloud-based business management applications|
|Revenue||US$590 million (2020)|
|US$110 million (2020)|
|Total assets||US$570.7 million (2019)|
Number of employees
Zoho Corporation, is an Indian multinational company that specialises in software development, cloud computing, and web-based business tools. It is best known for Zoho Office suite. The company was founded in 1996 by Sridhar Vembu and Tony Thomas and has a presence in seven locations with its global headquarters in Chennai, India, and corporate headquarters in Pleasanton, California.
From 1996 to 2009, the company was known as AdventNet, Inc.
AdventNet expanded operations into Japan in 2001. Zoho CRM was released in 2005, followed by the releases of Projects, Creator and Sheet in 2006. Zoho expanded into the collaboration space with the release of Zoho Docs and Zoho Meeting in 2007. In 2008 the company added invoicing and mail applications, reaching one million users by August of that year.
In 2017 Zoho launched Zoho One, a comprehensive suite of over forty applications.
Zoho reached more than 50 million customers in early 2020.
Zoho is headquartered in Chennai, India. As of 2019, it has 12 offices around the world. Its US headquarters is currently in Pleasanton, California  with plans to move to Austin, Texas by 2021. The research and development campus is in Estancia IT Park, Chennai. Zoho has an office at Tenkasi, from where their product Zoho Desk was built and launched. The company operates in China and also has offices in Singapore and Japan. The bulk of its support operations are carried out from its office in Chennai. Zoho also has an office in Renigunta, Andhra Pradesh and has been operating from this office since 2018.
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Developers at zoho’s office in Ramapuram, Chennai. Zoho has around 2,600 employees, of which about 96% are based in India.
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