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One Hundred Thousand Enterprises Registered in Hunan’s SMEs Public Service Platform

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On December 25, the Hunan provincial SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) public service platform witnessed the registration of the No.10, 0000 enterprise.
 
Currently, the overall condition of this public service platform network are:
·There were 8,410 of 15 major service organizations announced involving technical innovation, intellectual property right, financing service, and business-starting business, among others;
·There were 17,358 service products information released on this platform;
·There were 4,707 various SMEs service activities held through this system; and,
·Various activity brands have been formed, such as the ‘Hunan Provincial SMEs Service Conference’, and ‘Targeted Service Promoted into the Park’, among others.
Till late December, the comprehensive window service platform of 13 cities and one prefecture, 20 industrial clusters window service platforms, and that of 52 counties (cities and regions) have been built.
 
The third-generation SMEs public service platform management system was launched on the same day. Compared with the old one, the new one has ten new functions. They include:
·Highly-personalized Cloud development;
·Intelligent platform management;
·Operation data analysis;
·Users’ behavior perception acquisition;
·Content display multiple terminals integration;
·Questionnaire survey function;
·Various data accesses;
·Flexible platform configuration management; and,
·Value-added service platform, among others.
 
The Hunan provincial SMEs public service platform management and service model has been hailed as the ‘Hunan Model’. It’s affirmed by the State Council. And it has been introduced to Hainan and Hebei provinces. Its provincial hub platform has provided trainings for SMEs service personnel of such provinces as Zhejiang, Hubei, and Anhui, among others.
 
This article is from Hunan Provincial Government. www.enghunan.gov.cn.
 
Translator: Fang Qi
 
Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn