Speaking at CHINICT, Founder and CEO of myERP.com, announced the launch of the Chinese version called WodeERP.

Now that China is getting more accustomed to shifting applications to the online cloud, helping small businesses run more efficiently and cost effectively makes a lot of sense now. MyERP allows users to manage their Customer Relationship Management System, Invoicing, Projects, Accounting and Inventory all from one place. This can save businesses a lot of money as they don’t have to buy disparate software applications that can’t ‘talk’ to each other. It also gives small business a chance to enjoy the same benefits of bigger software providers like SAP.

The original English version has already proven much value to small businesses by registering more than 50,000 small businesses across 100 countries since Google released the commercial version on the Google Chrome App Store in March 2010.

“The use of cloud computing makes the whole business easier, faster and easier. We are very pleased to bring business for more than 40 million SMEs in China transformation.” Says Francois Nadal. With myERP, Chinese entrepreneurs can now save money, time and effort and instead allocate it to the construction of the company. Rather than rely on heavy hardware or needing to be at the office, within a very short time, users can be up and running without the limitations of location and equipment.

myERP has a strong focus on user experience and they believe they truly understand user intentions and behaviour. To localize to China, they have used the Baidu search engine and combined it with a cutting edge speech recognition software, allowing users to straight away use the system. Similar to the Google Search Bar concept, myERP also strives for simplicity and elegance, empowering users to search for anything they want, for example ‘Show trading the possibility of data’ or ‘how much are my profit margins on X product?’; then the system in real time will retrieve and display all relevant documents.

The Chinese version supports local Chinese accounting rules and regulations. The best thing for Chinese users is that it’s totally free, leaving myERP to monetize from advertising.

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.

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  1. Good for them, but the UI and interface looks hideous. ERP products get used when they’re easy to use. Or they don’t. 

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