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  1. Wecloming Lenovo's Global Executive Directors

    On 19th November 2019, we welcomed Lenovo’s Global Executive Directors to the only Flagship Store in Singapore and walked through with them the entire customer journey for Lenovo customers.
  2. "Stay Ahead of the Game in Retail and F&B" - A Workshop by AddOn Systems, 23rd October 2019

    That’s a wrap! We would like to thank all who came for this event held at HP’s Customer Welcome Center! We hope that you found the event informative and worthwhile. We would also like to extend thanks to our valued partners, for sharing their expertise and insights which were truly helpful. Do reach out to us should you have further enquiries regarding our solutions’ offerings!
  3. HP SMB Windows 10 Campaign

    We love to do what’s best for our commercial customers. That is why we are giving you the best deals for HP EliteBook series and HP Probook series!
  4. How HRM helps you with PLRD Grading

    Security Agency Grading Exercise (SAGE) was started in 2016 and made mandatory in 2009. The aim of this annual grading exercise is to motivate all licensed security agencies to raise security and service standard while helping customers to differentiate the service quality between agencies. HRMLABS is a human resource system that provides seamless holistic HR solutions to help security companies manage the grading requirements for their yearly PLRD Grading.
  5. How HRM Systems Help Employer of Low-Wage Workers

    Workfare Income Supplement (WIS) is the supplement income and retirement savings of eligible low-wage workers through cash payments and Central Provident Fund (CPF) contributions. The eligible low-wage workers have been seeing their income rise above the eligibility criteria which currently stands at not more than S$2,000 gross monthly income. The cash payment which is 40% of the total supplement, will be used to meet their short-term expenditures, whereas the remaining amount will contribute to CPF top-up as retirement savings.

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