Dropbox is looking to expand its enterprise communication services through this acquisition.
Dropbox has acquired Clementine, a popular enterprise communication service. The revelation of acquisition was made by Clementine on its official page where the company seemed pretty excited about its new home.
“We’re now excited to announce the next stage of our journey — we’re joining Dropbox. Our mission and passion for workplace collaboration remains the same. Our stage will grow dramatically as Dropbox builds on our technology to engage with its over 400 million users and 100,000 businesses.”
Those of you unfamiliar with Clementine should know that it focuses on workplace communication. This service allows you to do conference calls, chats and memos, and it doesn’t require phone numbers. You can stay in touch with all employees through the service with ease.
Dropbox, on the other hand, has also been working on its enterprise communication services by launching new products that will come in handy for the businesses that are looking to enhance collaboration within the organizations.
Recently, Dropbox revealed that it now caters to more than 400 million registered users. This clearly shows the popularity of the service and now with the acquisition of Clementine, Dropbox will be able to improve its enterprise communication services as well.
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