Hello Gerard,

I'm not sure what PRC GAAP is, but we do run BPCS 8.02 and we have 1 subsidiary in HK and 1 in China proper. I would check with Infor. Are you on support? We strongly recommend the quality of Infor support.

Feel free to contact me offline for detail questions & what hints we can give.

PS - Bergquist is NOT a consulting firm, I am not trying to sell you anything.

Regards,
Wally

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Hi All,
We are currently setting up an office in China and we have informed that we
will need to do PRC Book Keeping based on the PRC GAAP.

We are currently running BPCS V8.02, and we are loading the Chinese
language onto our system.

Has anybody got any experience in providing local authorities in China with
this type of Financial data?

Can BPCS do it?

Regards

Gerard Ryan

IT Manager



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