SMSF software developer Supercorp is launching an information portal which will provide SMSF trustees with information about their SMSF and their fund balance in real time.
Supercorp said the portal, titled ViewSuper, will be able to be accessed by smartphone, tablet or computer at any location and at any time.
According to Supercorp the portal was designed in collaboration with a number of Supercorp’s long-term clients in order to ensure it provided the information required by trustees.
The clients of any accountant using SuperMate, Supercorp’s SMSF cloud-based administration platform, will be able to access the portal.
Supercorp chief executive Kurt Groeneveld said the portal will enable advisers and accountants to better service their clients.
“In building it we recognised that as younger, tech savvy trustees enter the industry they are demanding a more innovative and timely administration experience and ViewSuper coupled with SuperMate assists our client to provide exactly that,” said Mr Groeneveld.
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