Microsoft Loses Top Office Customer to Google

Microsoft might be leading in the productivity software business with its Office suite, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that its position is secure, with rivals like Google always looking into ways to attract more customers and convince Microsoft’s to switch sides.

This is what happened with media measurement firm Nielsen Holdings who recently decided to give up on Microsoft’s Office apps and transition to Google’s G Suite in a very surprising move that involves 56,000 employees.

Bloomberg reports that this is “a rare win” for Google in the fight against Microsoft, especially because the search company’s business productivity solution G Suite is still behind its rival and the majority of customers go for Microsoft Office despite the improving functionality.

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