Meanwhile it also seems to take on Apple-IBM partnership for its tasks related to enterprise customers.
The new idea may facilitate the employees to search financial data and inventory information in the way weather updates or restaurant locations are searched.

‘The Information’ in a note said that the company is in process to make Google Now an incorporated voice-search tool for various corporate data searches.

"The idea is for employees to be able to ask their Android device for company information such as financial data or product inventory information in the same way they do routine personal searches for weather, traffic or restaurant locations. Google search doesn't currently offer any such integration with corporate databases and software applications, but it's an area Google has looked at as it tries to chip away at the iPhone's lead among business customers," notes The Information.

The report also said that HP has already collaborated with 'Enterprise Siri' to boost mobile search for businesses. Google and HP have evidently been in talks for the past one year, but things could finally move forward as Google is looking to edge ahead of Apple in the enterprise domain.