XES launches low-cost ASP program for SMEs

eXtended Enterprise Systems Pte Ltd (XES), announced the launch of its low-cost ASP program, eXtendedsys.com, for enabling Small and Medium-sizedEnterprises (SMEs) to jumpstart their businesses into the digital economy.

eXtended Enterprise Systems Pte Ltd (XES), announced the launch of its low-cost ASP program, eXtendedsys.com, for enabling Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to jumpstart their businesses into the digital economy.

SINGAPORE, 27 July 2000 - For an S$150 monthly subscription, businesses can conduct e-commerce without an up-front capital investment risk or maintenance worries.

The eXtendedsys.com B2B system provides a cost-effective way for suppliers to be more efficient in conducting business with their existing customers with an XML-Catalog Management System and an Online e-Procurement System to receive Request for Quotations and Purchase Orders.

"SMEs have often cited cost and lack of resources as a major barrier to embarking on e-commerce. With the 'eXtendedsys.com' SME Program, we hope to remove this barrier for them altogether", said XES CEO Brandon Teo.



About eXtended Enterprise Systems Pte Ltd (XES)
XES is a of XML-based B2B systems and electronic-Catalog Management tools for conducting global e-commerce. XES systems allow suppliers to more efficiently do business with existing clients by reducing transaction costs and facilitating the exchange of content and transactions over the Internet. For buying organisations, XES makes supplier content readily available and seamlessly routes quotation and transaction information between the buyer and suppliers. Strategic partners include Acefusion.com, Talentq.com and Software AG.

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