As a way of directly supporting entrepreneurs, the fintech company Maxxa, a company that uses technology to expedite financing processes, offers its clients the exclusive benefit of being able to count – free of charge – with an ERP management platform, a technological tool that allows companies to integrate and automate processes and company data in a single place, optimizing data management and organization. All this in order to boost the development of small and medium-sized companies in Chile.
Maxxa is a fintech company that uses technology to streamline financing, offering products quickly and reliably, under its motto of “Fast Finance” or fast financing.
Currently, more than 25 thousand SMEs are clients of the company, which offers long-term loans, lines of credit, and technical guarantees to apply for public and/or private bids.
Juan Pablo González, CEO of Maxxa, commented that “this was created because we want to help our customers to continue growing. We know that the management of their purchases and sales is a headache for entrepreneurs since many do not have the resources to pay for specialized software or advanced knowledge on these issues. At Maxxa, we have the technological enablers to be able to deliver this service as an added value, which makes it possible for this product to make sense for everyone, including this management ERP.”
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Supporting entrepreneurs through ERP management
The development of the platform called “Manage your business” was carried out directly by Maxxa, based on the needs raised with the customers themselves. The company indicates that, as it is a proprietary product, it allows the generation of customized and scalable solutions over time. The tool is online and can be accessed from any desktop PC, notebook, cell phone, or tablet, without the need to download a program, just by entering the company’s website, with the client’s credentials, and then accepting the product activation.
“This is a simple, free, and easily accessible platform, which aims to help them improve the productivity of their business, reduce the margin of error of capture and duplicate information and guide them to make more informed decisions,” said Juan Pablo Gonzalez, CEO of Maxxa.
Along these lines, Maxxa comments that the main benefits of the “Gestiona tu negocio” platform, this ERP management system, are:
Access to information of your purchase and sales invoices in a simple, graphic, and centralized way.
To be able to register and control your purchases and sales online.
Access to information of your future cash flow.
Access to information on your company’s income statement.
Notification of upcoming due dates of sales invoices.
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Author: Suzanne Mitchell, Fintech – Born2Invest