Now, WallPost announce tie-up


Now Corp. has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with California-based tech firm WallPost Co. to offer cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the Philippines.

In a disclosure to the stock exchange, Now President Henry Andrews B. Abes said the partnership will provide SMEs access to a “budget-friendly platform” that enables them to digitally manage their data and operations.

Called Now EasyBiz, Abes claims that the platform is “beneficial for business owners that manage multiple branches and consider accurate data and reports crucial to their decision-making.”

“This new service that we are offering to the Philippine SME market bolsters Now’s positioning to provide high-value, high-impact technology services. The pandemic has forced businesses to digitally transform themselves in order to stay in the game by improving and automating internal processes that would result in improved operational efficiencies and superb customer experience,” he said.

Now EasyBiz aids SMEs to automate their business processes including accounting and finance, project management, CRM, HR/payroll/benefits administration, inventory tracking, and purchasing controls. All available modules are customizable to the needs of any type of business.

“Business owners and their employees will be fully equipped with business analytics and information to make the necessary decisions on how they can elevate their business operations against competition,” Abes said. 

WallPost CEO Andrew Doxsey noted that the group forayed into the Philippines as it is a “critical market.” 

“The Philippines is a critical market for WallPost, and we see great potential for digital transformation. This partnership with Now Corp., we believe will fundamentally rewire how small businesses operate, and further ignite the growth of the digital economy in the Philippines,” he said.

WallPost is a tech firm that offers ERP solutions in seven countries around the world.

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