Cloud software with features to send smarter e-invoices, track sales taxes, and manage cross-border cash
(PRUnderground) July 13th, 2020
Hypercurrent is helping business-to-business companies who trade between China, Australia and the Asia-Pacific region gain traction with immersive features and tools designed for international markets. Its software solutions address the top three failures that hurt growing businesses: not sending smart invoices, managing cash flow manually and falling behind on sales tax payments.
With its multi-language interface, currency features, and add-on services, Hypercurrent is helping cross-border companies reduce payment delays and improve their cash flows. This yields spot-on software that seamlessly works for its users, offering the best of internationalized support.
For business-to-business companies who trade between Australian, China, and Asia Pacific, it’s not just language and time zones that cause frustration. Each country has different business practices, different invoicing, and accounting standards. The team at Hypercurrent has set out to eliminate these obstacles.
Hypercurrent is developing new features that aim to automatically optimise cross-border cash flows, starting with a smart e-invoicing service.
In a time when the global marketplace is growing at hyperspeed, companies are learning that the key to survival is to offer their brand to international audiences. While this can pose a number of challenges in terms of bookkeeping and taxes, Hypercurrent takes the guesswork out of accounting across borders with its smart and intuitive interface.
“We aim to integrate with all leading accounting applications, so that our clients can get faster results and the lowest learning curve “said the Cross-border Success Team at Hypercurrent.
Hypercurrent offers a range of software products and add-on services. New users can start using Hypercurrent software for free. More information can be found at https://www.hypercu.com/.
Hypercurrent makes it easier for businesses to manage cash flows and sales tax obligations from cross-border operations. The company offers a range of China-centric software and solutions for companies with business in the world\’s second largest economy.Press Contact
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