Local Internet service provider MyRepublic has announced new business solutions that are tailored for small medium enterprises. These competitively priced plans for SMEs are officially launched today, and they were first hinted by the company in February last year.
Owing to its success in cornering the end-user market for those looking for a more personalized broadband solutions provider, MyRepublic revealed that they already have 300 SME clients. With the launch of its new business solutions, the company aims to bring fibre broadband connectivity, together with a suite of office productivity services, to the SME market that comprises roughly 200,000 companies. By understanding the needs of a local SME, MyRepublic came up with its own version of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, with the main objective of providing "great broadband" connectivity.
In order to achieve this, they have introduced their business solutions with the basic Business package at an introductory price of S$159. The other two plans; Business Plus and Business Pro are offered at S$499 and S$999 respectively. True to its word of hearing out its customers, MyRepublic promises to deliver a personalized service to each SME client as the Business Plus and Pro plans can be further tailored to meet the client’s business requirements.
In terms of its value-added services to the client, MyRepublic has partnered with Google, Mako Networks, Cisco and Singapore-based OSINet to bring cloud-computing services that will help enhance the business productivity of an SME. As a firm believer of cloud-based products, MyRepublic strongly believes that a local SME can leverage on the fibre broadband connectivity the company provides, and make use of the services and applications of these cloud-based products without the need for any expensive IT investments. As a start, MyRepublic is providing Google Apps services for online visibility as well as workplace collaboration tools. In terms of security and quality of the connectivity services, the company has wisely partnered with Cisco, Mako Networks and OSINet for support.
Besides setting its target on local SMEs, MyRepublic’s Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) KC Lai has reiterated the company’s plans to expand to overseas markets. These markets include Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. CCO Lai is strongly aware of the disruptive energy of the company and he intends to do the very same in these overseas markets. With humble roots when it just started as a 3-man operation, MyRepublic has grown into a company of 53 employees, which is still considered small, in comparison with the three major Singapore-based telecommunication companies. However, with its SME-centric business solutions to make "the small mighty”, MyRepublic also has big plans of its own as it aims to grow its local clientele to number one million in three years’ time. For more information on its business solutions, please visit this link.