We get a lot of questions regarding the purchase of computers for running Kreloses. Here are some quick tips when purchasing a laptop in Malaysia. You can expect to spend around RM2000 in total, but make sure you read the tips below to ensure that you purchase carefully and correctly.
Wednesday, 9 December, 2020
We get a lot of questions regarding the purchase of computers for running Kreloses. Here are some quick tips when purchasing used computers in Malaysia. Purchasing a second-hand computer is a valid choice if done correctly. You can expect to spend around RM899 in total, but make sure you read the tips below to ensure that you purchase carefully and correctly.
Wednesday, 18 December, 2019
This week's Level Up includes adding product bundles to bookings, location-based reports accessibility, transfer customer deposit to customer credit, view discount value when you raise sale and some other enhancements.
Monday, 25 November, 2019
This week's Level Up includes shared ownership and split billing, unraised booking alerts, prescription lockdown, and some other enhancements.
Friday, 8 November, 2019
In an effort to fight the rabies outbreak, Jakarta Province's Department of Food, Maritime and Agricultural Affairs (KPKP) has given out 500 free microchips to dog owners and breeders in 2018. The installation of microchips for pets is quite common in Indonesia.
Friday, 1 November, 2019
This week's Level Up includes the ability to track stock levels at fractional quantities, invoicing at 4 decimal points, subaccount prompts during bookings and many other enhancements.
Friday, 25 October, 2019
An increasing number of Indonesian veterinarians are offering house call services to meet the public's high demand. Recently, house call service is the choice of many pet parents mainly due to its convenience and reduced stress for the furkids. It is especially ideal for owners with large-sized pets that are hard to be transported.
Saturday, 12 October, 2019
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Friday, 30 August, 2019
The term 'SaaS' has been gaining popularity worldwide, especially in Malaysia as a young player in the IT industry. SaaS, or Software as a Service, is a method of delivering software over the internet via subscription without the need to be installed on your computer.
Friday, 26 July, 2019
There are millions of pet owners in Malaysia and the number is still increasing everyday. When such a large number of people are involved, it is easier to raise awareness on certain issues and in this case, on animal welfare and responsible pet ownership.
Saturday, 13 July, 2019
Making up of more than 90% of Malaysia's economy, the local SMEs' technological uptake is also on the rise. It is certainly a driving force for Malaysians to use software in their businesses.
Tuesday, 9 July, 2019
As the popularity of Software as a Service (SaaS) skyrockets, an increasing number of software companies are emerging in Malaysia. With so many choices, you can take your time to pick the right software that is most compatible with your business.
Tuesday, 25 June, 2019
In a developing country like Malaysia, we have a lack of efficient local software for service businesses. Hence, a big number of them rely on software like Microsoft Excel when they are quoting or invoicing their customers.
Friday, 14 June, 2019
A number of small businesses in Malaysia still produce their quotations and invoices with pen and paper. In this technological era, there are better ways to manage this process and one of them is by using software.
Wednesday, 12 June, 2019
In Malaysia, businesses often lose track of company expenses or it may not be documented thoroughly. It may seem like a mundane task and is often put on the back-burner by businesses. However, starting early and tracking accurately from the beginning can save a significant amount of time and hassle, especially when tax season is around the corner.
Friday, 7 June, 2019
In recent years, many Malaysian businesses are slowly but surely getting their foot in the door of digitalisation. This has catapulted local businesses to implement software into their daily operations process, improving overall efficiency and maximising the business' potential.
Wednesday, 29 May, 2019
Congested reception areas in clinics and hospitals are common sights in Malaysia, especially when there is a change in the weather. In this era where efficiency is crucial in almost every situation, it is not ideal for patients to spend more than 10 minutes just to get themselves registered into the system.
Sunday, 12 May, 2019
Almost everywhere we go in Malaysia, it is not uncommon to see people lining up for something. Notably in clinics and hospitals, it is an inevitable part of the process that everyone unfortunately has to go through.
Wednesday, 24 April, 2019
For a developing country like Malaysia, most businesses are in the transitioning period towards digitisation. Some of them are contemplating whether to take the leap of faith while others are rather reluctant in making the switch.
Friday, 12 April, 2019
The software industry in Malaysia is so dynamic that there are countless software companies sprouting and folding every other day. It is hard to start a business and it is even more difficult to sustain it.
Monday, 8 April, 2019
The severity of traffic congestion and overcrowding public transport during peak hours tell us that Malaysia is beginning to look like hectic countries similar to Singapore and Hong Kong. Everyone is in a rush, busy chasing something, be it lost time, wealth, dreams and just about anything that drives them out of bed everyday.
Tuesday, 26 March, 2019
Most of the countries around the world have seen the benefits of technology adoption and Malaysia is no different. From educational institutions, healthcare centres to small businesses, almost no industry can dodge the usage of mobile phones and tablets.
Friday, 22 March, 2019
Malaysia bagged the title of 'Best Healthcare in the World' back in 2016 and this year, we are once again honoured with the same title and rank by International Living Annual Global Retirement Index when we scored 95 out of 100 points.
Friday, 15 March, 2019
Illegal and uncontrolled logging is a common issue plastered on the body of newspapers from time to time in Malaysia. Despite being a green country, Malaysia has its own fair share of pollution as well. Almost every other day, we see reports of worsening global pollution and how climate quality is making a dangerous swerve down the chart.
Tuesday, 12 March, 2019