IIJ seeks global customers new cloud accounting services

Staff writer
23 Apr 2014

Internet Initiative Japan Inc. (IIJ) and Toyo Business Engineering Corporation (B-EN-G) announced that they will provide a new cloud-based accounting outsourcing service for overseas subsidiaries.

The two companies said GLASIAOUS is an accounting and tax outsourcing service that uses an accounting information platform built in the cloud to allow accounting firms located around the world to perform accounting work on behalf of customers' overseas subsidiaries.

GLASIAOUS also combines A.S.I.A. GP SaaS on IIJ GIO-a cloud-based EPR and accounting service for overseas subsidiaries that IIJ group and B-EN-G have been providing since December 2013. Service will start this May.

IIJ Global runs SaaS on the IIJ GIO cloud platform and B-EN-G administers accounting application A.S.I.A. GP.

Two firms—Meinan Certified Public Tax Accountant Corporation (Meinan Consulting Network) and Tokyo XBorder Tax Co.—are working together to perform accounting and tax services on behalf of customers' local subsidiaries.

One of the features of the services is a cloud-based multilingual reporting function and an array of optional services to meet customers’ needs and to keep pace with their future growth.

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