| 4 July 2017|
BPLedger.com is launched. This is the international edition of BPLedger.com.sg
With this launch, BPLedger becomes the 1st cloud accounting and offline accounting solution to solve USA multi-line tax invoicing.
Auto tax calculation for all 51 states in the United States as well as for 25 countries : Afghanistan, Albania, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Mexico, Myanmar, Malaysia, New Zealand, Phillipines, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, UAE, United Kingdom, Vietnam.
Setting up combined tax with different agency is normally done under the advice of an accountant but with BPLedger, everything is done for you and setup for you to start on invoicing right away.
More countries will be added and we will not stop until the entire world is covered.
27 June 2017
BPLedger introduces multi language supporting 9 foreign languages and eventually all the languages in the world.
Currently supported are:
Chinese Simplified, Traditional, Korean, Japanese, Burmese, Tamil, Thai, Vietnamese, Thai,Russian,Romanian and Malay.
| 3 May 2017|
BPLedger Singapore bpledger.com.sg is launched
BPLedger is the simplest cloud accounting solution in the world and is the only one that DOES NOT REQUIRE ACCOUNTING KNOWLEDGE to create IRAS compliant reports. This means no more headaches trying to find out which account to park your expenses and purchases, BPLedger does that for you.
It is also the only cloud accounting platform that addresses users concerns of cloud software where your data cannot be backed up and is at the mercy of providers.
BPLedger allows backup offline, restore to previous state, and will eventually include offline module to allow basic functions like invoicing and quotations offline to address customer concerns that operations cannot carry on when cloud services are down.
BPLedger is designed from the ground up to also include AI features in the near future. What this means is that eventually it will learn individual country rules such as in Singapore medical claims are not allowed to offset GST on the purchase towards the sales.