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Class Super rolls out cloud-based service

Class Super rolls out cloud-based service

18 March 2014 — 1 minute read

Class Super’s cloud-based SMSF administration service is now available to all Class customers, the SMSF software provider announced.

Released to its full customer base yesterday, the browser-based application is a first for the SMSF industry, according to Class Super.

The service’s offerings include fund set-up and tax lodgement, Class Super stated.

“When we previewed the new application at the SMSF Professionals' Association of Australia’s (SPAA’s) national conference last month, we received a huge response,” said Class Super’s chief executive officer David Smith.

“There was so much demand for our fully featured, 100 per cent browser-based solution, we knew we had to roll out the application to all of our customers quickly.

“[The service] provides access to all the features available via our Windows view, including direct-connect data feeds, actuarial certificate integration, automatic property valuations, and support for bulk transactions, pensions, activity statements, tax lodgements and client access.”

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