Google has bought Zenter, a company that provides software for creating online slide presentations, as Google says. Already, Google’s Gmail includes a web-based PowerPoint preview feature, and Google said they want to go live with a web-based presentations editor by this summer.
The Zenter homepage doesn’t reveal much anymore: it’s mostly blank, reading “Google has acquired Zenter.”
Another day, another acquisition… it’s interesting how Google’s snapping up several presentations-related companies (Tonic came before)… or can we have reason to believe Google is just removing competition (or clearing the field from acquisition candidates for larger competitors)?
Google, Zenter, Online Slide Presentation, Software, Acquisition