Cyclect is a trusted and reliable supplier of data entry and manpower services. Our company is registered under the EPU/SER/19 category with the Singapore government’s Government Electronic Business (GeBIZ) division, at financial grade S10, which allows us to tender for government contracts up to $30M. This qualification allows us to supply these services to the public sector in Singapore, including government ministries and departments, institutions, statutory boards, and other public sector organizations.
Our team of experts has the skills and experience to handle all of your data entry and manpower needs. Whether you need skilled or unskilled manpower for a specific project, or you are in need of efficient data entry services, Cyclect has the expertise to assist you. We are committed to providing high-quality services to our clients and have a proven track record of delivering successful projects.
EPU/SER/19 is a category of goods and services related to data entry and supply of manpower services. It is used by the Singapore government for procurement purposes and is administered by the Government Electronic Business (GeBIZ) division.
Companies that wish to supply goods and/or services in the EPU/SER/19 category to the public sector in Singapore may be required to obtain Government Supplier Registration (GSR) status as a criterion for being considered for government contracts.
This category includes the supply of skilled and unskilled manpower for various purposes. Data entry refers to the process of entering data into a computer system or database, typically from a paper source. Manpower services refer to the supply of skilled or unskilled labor for specific projects or tasks.
About Government Supplier Registration
Government Supplier Registration (GSR) is administered by the Government Electronic Business (GeBIZ) managed by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) of the Singapore government. GeBIZ is responsible for managing the online platform where companies can apply for GSR and also serves as a central procurement portal for the government. Companies that wish to supply goods and/or services to the public sector in Singapore may be required to obtain GSR status as a criterion for being considered for government contracts. Companies must meet certain criteria to be eligible for GSR.