Easily Project Solves Tight Money Problem

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Edgeworks Solutions aims to solve tight capital problems for startups and small businesses through barter trading of services.

Edgeworks Solutions is launching an Internet-based service that gives new businesses, small businesses and freelancers a creative solution to the tight capital problem.

Easily Project (http://www.easilyproject.com), connects a wide variety businesses and freelancers, enabling them to exchange services with one another so that both parties benefit without having to spend money which can be so difficult to get in today's challenging economy.

"We've been working on Easily Project for a year now, trying out different features so it will meet the needs of new and growing businesses," says Albert Tirtohadi, managing director of Edgeworks Solutions.

Here's an example on how it works: If an accountant needs work done on a website, Easily Project would find web developers who need accounting work performed. Both the accountant and the selected web developer get vitally important services performed and neither has to spend any of their scarce cash. Their financial positions stay strong while their businesses get better and more competitive.

Businesses and freelancers can get started with Easily Project by posting the work they need performed and by listing the services they can provide. Once that's done, the Easily Project system will find the right matches and provide contact information. Then it's up to the parties to work out the exchange of services.

The developers at Edgeworks Solutions have long been troubled by the growing chasm between the rich and the poor. Further, when startup funds are difficult to obtain, the gap tends to grow even wider. By signing up with Easily Project, new entrepreneurs everywhere have a tool that allows their business ventures to be successful without requiring big startup funds.

"I'm passionate about lowering the gap between the rich and the poor and that's why we've been working so hard on this project," explains Tirtohadi.

A computer programmer since he was just 12 years old, Tirtohadi worked for a number of software companies before founding Edgeworks Solutions six years ago. Over that time, he has been able to significantly grow the company, now employing 20 full-time staff members.

Tirtohadi and his team at Edgeworks Solutions have extensive experience providing software for small businesses to customers in locations including as Singapore, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, Brunei, Korea, Vietnam and Myanmar. They drew on this depth of experience during the development of the Easily Project barter system for businesses and freelancers.

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