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Healthcare Application Development Services

Posted By: BrightST

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2019

Price: Best Offer

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We at BrightSword adopt the best practices followed by industries world over to design and develop healthcare applications that are user-friendly, secure and highly cost-effective in the Healthcare sector.


Customer requirements and satisfaction form the core of our healthcare application development services.


Our agile approach for health care application development breaks the business requirements into smaller modules, wherein every module is tested and reviewed thoroughly before proceeding to the next module. We always aspire to deliver beyond our customer expectations.



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Next, let’s talk work passes. If you work for a company that has no legal presence in Singapore, ie, not registered as a legal entity, no office, no nothing, and that company does no business in Singapore of any kind, ie, it does not ship goods to end consumers in Singapore, or rent space, or drop ship, for example, then you do not need a work permit to work for that company. I have verified this with MoM. Example: There was an accountant who moved to Singapore with her husband. She continued to do the books for the company she as working for, doing so remotely with her home computer. The company had no presence whatsoever in Singapore. No work permit required.

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Re: Working Remotely from Singapore as a Tax Resident - which pass/structure?

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Re: Where to get a BBQ grill?

I lived in Singapore and moved to Houston with a Weber Spirit grill which I cannot use in the States.

I would be more than willing to sell the grill which was $1000 to best offer (starting at $50).

However, you will be responsible for shipping.

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Re: Working Remotely from Singapore as a Tax Resident - which pass/structure?

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Next, let’s talk work passes. If you work for a company that has no legal presence in Singapore, ie, not registered as a legal entity, no office, no nothing, and that company does no business in Singapore of any kind, ie, it does not ship goods to end consumers in Singapore, or rent space, or drop ship, for example, then you do not need a work permit to work for that company. I have verified this with MoM. Example: There was an accountant who moved to Singapore with her husband. She continued to do the books for the company she as working for, doing so remotely with her home computer. The company had no presence whatsoever in Singapore. No work permit required.

Chew that over and get back to me with more questions.

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