Singapore Office Moving  – Due to their growth, the lack of space, the rise of rental, their geographical location, or any other reason, many  companies are moving in Singapore. If you are planning to move in the coming months, you will need to find  Office movers, Interior Designers, Renovation Contractors, Office System Furniture Suppliers, Office Removals, but did […]

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MAS, TRMG, FIs, DR, BC* are common acronyms when it comes to complying with Singapore guidelines. In most cases, board members, CEO, COO, CFO, CIO are aware that have to comply but the most difficult part for non-specialist is to understand what are the real challenges in terms of management, investment, policies, and risks. * […]

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This article on Government grants has been co-written by Hitan Mehta, Managing Director (Asia) at Acuutech, and Arthur LIM, Director at Aurago Consulting Productivity and automation have been the buzz word that the government has been promoting the past few years. Most businesses should be aware by now about the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) […]

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Keeping pace with today’s intensely competitive business environment demands an IT function that is responsive and efficient. Today, we need technology that transforms the business – achieved with a smaller budget. So how do you stretch your IT budget without losing efficiency? Here are 5 techniques to deal with your budget. Don’t miss the opportunity […]

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2016 is the year of the Red Monkey and Fire element. Monkeys are a smart, naughty, wily and vigilant animal. The Fire is strong and destroying. If many people think that 2016 will see an unstable economic situation, I am confident that if you can outsmart the Monkey and take the decisions that will make […]

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Most companies have the misconception that IT is an expense, a cost centre. The truth cannot be further from that. Most companies rely heavily on IT for daily operations, and any downtime to the IT systems and infrastructure can be catastrophic and cripple operations, to say the least. How much should a company allocate? How […]

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