Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG)
PSG is a streamlined approach to existing grant schemes that supports the adoption of pre-scoped and off-the-shelf productivity solutions.
What is PSG about?
The Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) is a new government initiative to assist businesses in their transformation journey. An initial S$110 million will be set aside over the next three years (until 2020) for PSG to support selected productivity solutions in line with the Industry Transformation maps (ITMs).
PSG will cover sector-specific solutions in retail, food, logistics, precision engineering, wholesale and landscaping industries, as well as broad-based solutions that cut across industries, such as in areas of human resource management systems, among others.
As businesses transit into the next phase of transformation, more substantial investments and longer-term commitments may be required. Thus, PSG will support in the following manner:
Funding of up to 70% of the cost;
Increase in grant caps;
Pre-scoping of IT solutions and equipment with pre-qualified vendors (for IT solutions); and
Simplified grant processes.
How is JustLogin Involved?
JustLogin is a pre-approved vendor under the “Human Resource E-scheduling System” category.
Our eTimeclock solution is a time attendance system that uses mobile devices (iPad/smartphones) to replace traditional punch card/fingerprint systems. Photos of employees and their GPS location can be captured and sent to the server in real-time. Roster scheduling is also enabled to set up shifts to be assigned to staff. OT hours will also be automatically calculated according to MOM rules, helping to relief the hassle of manual calculation.
The eTimeclock module is also integrated with our ePayroll and eLeave modules, to enable a seamless process for your HR needs.
What is Support Level for JustLogin’s eTimeclock?
70% for SMEs
Who is Eligible?
Businesses who meet the following criteria can apply for PSG:
Registered and operating in Singapore
Purchase/subscription of IT solutions or equipment must be used in Singapore
Have a minimum of 30% local shareholding (for selected solutions only)