September 10, 2015 at 11:09 am

Achieving Productivity Gains through Integration of Technology

ISCA Weekly

7 Sep 2015
Productivity Seminar
Achieving Productivity Gains through Integration of Technology

Small & Medium Practices (SMPs) and Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) continue to strive towards achieving a competitive advantage over others, building a more sustainable and productive business in the face of challenges such as rising costs, tight labour market and an ever-changing business environment. The need for timely automated report generation and a real-time financial dashboard with financial reporting and analysis as well as timely forecast is now greater than ever. To achieve that, a well-integrated Finance and Accounting system where systems such as the Account Receivable system is fully integrated to the billing system as well as a fully electronic file archival system.

Join us at this upcoming seminar on ‘Achieving Productivity Gains through Integration of Technology’ to find out more about various technology solutions aimed at improving overall productivity of the Finance and Accounting functions, and the availability of government grants and schemes that were designed to aid companies with this in mind.

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8:30am Registration
9:00am Welcome AddressBy: ISCA
9:05am Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System for Small BusinessesTraditionally ERP systems are used by large businesses to integrate all their business processes to improve efficiency and productivity. Nowadays small businesses are also increasingly using ERP systems for their businesses. Discover how ERP systems help small and large businesses, and what the benefits of implementing ERP systems are.By: Mr. Harald Weinbrecht, Chief Executive Officer, Axxis Consulting (S) Pte Ltd
9:35am Business Intelligence
Consolidation of data from different divisions, and sometimes currencies can be a logistical nightmare. To make the consolidated data into usable timely financial information can be just as time-consuming and may not be in time for timely intervention. Learn how you can consolidate your data with ease and generate timely financial information for interventions and reporting in the form of a financial dashboard.
By: Mr. Chew Kim Poh, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, DP Technology Pte Ltd
10:05am Tea Break / Technology Showcase
10:50am Data Storage via Cloud Solutions vs. Traditional Data Centre
As office space rentals and traditional data centre incur substantial cost for businesses, coupled with the increasing data volume generated daily by businesses, are cloud solutions really a secured alternative to reduce costs and improve productivity?
By: Singtel
11:30am Simplified Capability Development Grant
The grant defrays up to 70 percent* of qualifying project costs such as consultancy, training, certification and equipment costs. You can take on capability upgrading projects in areas like Productivity Improvement, Financial Management and Technology Innovation.To encourage more SMEs to build business capabilities, the application process for grant support of $30,000 or less has been simplified. You can look forward to simpler application forms and reduced documentation requirements for such projects.  By: Mr. Eugene Eu, Head, Capabilities Promotion, SPRING Singapore
12:00pm Technology Showcase / Programme Ends


Intended for:
Managers and above of Small & Medium Practices (SMPs) and Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

Closing Date for Registration:
1 week before event or when registration is full

For registration enquiries, please contact CPE Department:
Tel: (65) 6749 8060 or email

For event enquiries, please contact:
Tan Wee Lee
Tel: (65) 6597 5521

Derek Tang
Tel: (65) 6597 5686

Organiser Main Sponsor

15 October 2015 (Thursday)

9:00am – 12:30pm
(Registration starts at 8:30am)

Singtel Comcentre, Level 3 Theatrette, 31 Exeter Road Singapore 239732


S$50.00 per person
S$70.00 per person


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