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)?
Source:→ BlogoscopedGoogle, Zenter, Online Slide Presentation, Software, Acquisition