Class Financial Systems, developer of SMSF software Class Super, has extended its ‘No Click’ suite of automated data feeds.
According to an announcement from the company, Class Super has launched ‘No Click’ feeds for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, CMC Markets Stockbroking and Baker Young.
“Without the use of fully automated data feeds between Class and the various bank, broker and wrap platforms, complex fund processing including fund compilation, reconciliation and tax return preparation could take an SMSF manager up to six weeks per fund to complete,” said Class chief executive officer Rajarshi Ray.
“With direct, automated ‘No Click’ data feeds the task can be done accurately in hours,” Mr Ray added.
Head of CMC Markets Stockbroking Andrew Rogers said the streamlined process of transferring data to Class Super will reduce “administrative burden” for clients and their accountants.
Class Super has been experiencing fund inflows of $750 million per week, according to the announcement.
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