BIPO in the News – Nikkei Asia

Singapore’s high tide of tech startups surf digitalization boom Fintech and edtech companies flock to Asia’s welcoming Silicon Island Singapore – 3 November 2021 – Michael Chen, CEO of BIPO, is proud of his 570-square-meter office in the redeveloped area of Paya Lebar in eastern Singapore. BIPO is an HR tech company that uses technology for human resources and general affairs and has developed a cloud-based system to manage all aspects of human resources and labor, including payroll and attendance management. The demand for this service has grown rapidly as telecommuting has been promoted by the Corona disaster. The target is global companies. BIPO has a network of offices in 16 countries to ensure that its clients can use the system smoothly. BIPO network bases in 16 countries ensure smooth access for its clients, and it will soon open new network bases in six countries to cover five continents. Within six months, the company will also roll out a labor-management system that uses AI to detect irregular employee behavior such as leaving work early more often. Download the full article in Japanese: https://www.biposervice.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/BIPO-Nikkei-Asia-Feature-24-Oct-2021.pdf View the original article in Japanese: https://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXZQOUB00016_V11C21A0000000/

ABOUT BIPO

Established in 2004, BIPO is a leading one-stop, global Human Resource service provider with its Asia Pacific Headquarters situated in Singapore. Trusted by over 2,800 clients globally, BIPO’s award-winning cloud and mobile-based HR Management System (HRMS) helps companies digitalise and streamline HR processes, while a comprehensive suite of HR and Payroll services supports companies in improving workplace productivity

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