Moxtra, Inc., which provides a mobile-centric social collection and collaboration app to help you organise all documents, photos, videos and drawings in project binders, has announced its expansion to India by opening its APAC headquarters in Bangalore.
The company's Asia-Pacific headquarters will be run by Kiran Datar, who has served as director of Asia-Pacific public sector collaboration at Cisco.
"From our Bangalore offices, we will be supporting our global customer base. Since the launch of our app in January, we've seen a strong global interest in Moxtra," said its co-founder and CEO Subrah S. Iyar, who also co-founded WebEx in 1999 which was acquired by Cisco in 2007.
"One other area of focus for our Bangalore offices will be app development," he added.
Moxtra helps you organise all your documents, photos, videos and drawings in project binders. These Moxtra binders are accessible from iPad, iPhone and all web browsers. When a user is ready to let others view content, one can share Moxtra binder securely with the people who need to know, or publically over social media.
(Edited by Prem Udayabhanu)