Social media marketing company BleuPage is broadening its B2B services with the launch of a business management tool designed for the “solopreneur.”
A press release on Tuesday (March 27) said U.K.-based BleuPage is rolling out Bizggro, a suite of solutions for small businesses and entrepreneurs. The tool combines an array of services, including customer relationship management (CRM), accounting, expense management, document management, recordkeeping and more.
The company’s CEO, Salman Mahmood, described the tool as “the most powerful business management system with huge opportunities to build up your company business structure and efficiency.”
The executive noted that professionals do not need formal training for the Bizggro solution, which can scale with the growth of the business user.
“We have made a robust and effective business management system to help manage your business seven days a week, hassle-free, while building efficiency and profit,” added Mahmood. “With Bizggro, you won’t need any other software to manage your enterprise.”
Small business accounting, document sharing and management, document digital signing, CRM, marketing services, events management and human resources tools are all included in the solution. Its BookKeeping feature includes expense management and income report generation.
The tool offers features for public or government entities to maintain records and manage data.
Bizggro also includes an integrated chat feature for entrepreneurs to communicate with business partners who are also on the platform.
According to HSBC analysis released last year, entrepreneurs value the ability to network and form strategic business partnerships.
“Entrepreneurship is often described as a journey during which individuals start, expand and exit the businesses they establish,” HSBC’s report said. “Yet, with more than 400 million entrepreneurs globally, there are as many journeys as there are individuals.”
Separate research published by KashFlow found entrepreneurs spend 2.5 million working days managing finances, with each individual entrepreneur spending 3.6 hours every month on bookkeeping tasks.