If you are facing the challenge of limited capital, deploying a new CRM system or any other technology to support your SME business can be a significant problem.
But if you a Singaporean registered company you could well be in luck, as the Singapore Government’s iSprint program is designed to help you.
You may be eligible under the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) Scheme, for a government grant for packaged and customized software development.
Obtaining a PIC grant to deploy a new CRM system for your business could be just the assistance you have been waiting for!
Both Pay-per-Use and Off-the-Shelf solutions such as our Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions are eligible for a $S 20,000 grant if your business meets the IDA’s criteria. The same applies for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions to help your business.
There are two solutions categories that are eligible for iSprint grants; packaged solutions and customized solutions.
As with any government grant there is a set of pre-conditions that you need to meet to qualify for an iSprint grant:
Here are the basic requirements but we would be happy to discuss these with you, when you are considering CRM or one of our other business solutions:
* Group Tracing: All levels up for corporate shareholder(s) holding more than 50% of total shareholding of a company, and all levels down for subsidiary(s) where applicant holds more than 50% of total shareholding
If you would like to learn more about the Singapore Government’s Enhanced Productivity & Innovation Credit (PIC) Scheme you can do so in on page 14 of the April issue of SpringNews.
PIC’s primary purpose is stated as “To raise the productivity levels in Singapore, the government has enhanced the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) Scheme to encourage local firms to invest in structures and processes which would lead to an increase in innovation and productivity.”
So contact Web Synergies about your SME business solution requirements. We can discuss your options and eligibility for the government’s iSprint scheme. email@example.com