Small enterprise owners looking to streamline their administrative processes no longer need to hire a full staff or invest in expensive software and equipment just to get things done.
For a mere P4,950 monthly subscription fee, entrepreneurs can now avail the basic software systems offerings of Servio Small Business.
A subsidiary of Filipino investment and holding company Servio Technologies, Servio Small Business provides an all-in-one IT solution for small Filipino enterprises.
Among their software systems are made for accounting, digital marketing, human resources, operation, and sales. These include bookkeeping, payroll, billing and collection, expense tracking, and inventory.
They can also help businesses in developing their company website and manage social media content, search engine optimization, employee 201 files, production management, and point of sale or POS systems.
The basic package can also be adjusted to suit the business owner’s needs with minimal top-up fees. Servio also provides training and after-sales support.
After bagging the approval of investor judge William Tiu Lim of Mega Global Corp. in Streetpark Productions’ The Final Pitch reality show on CNN Philippines, Servio landed an investment deal with Mega Global Corp. (best known for Mega Sardines) and Jadel Holdings, to help them reach more entrepreneur communities all over the country.
“We want to be able to grow our business in the next three years and this is a critical investment for us. If we are to be successful in our business, we will also be helping a lot of small businesses in the country,” said Servio co-founder Bryan Paul Javier in his final pitch.
To learn more about Servio Small Business’s offerings and solutions, visit www.servio-smallbusiness.com.