SMSF software provider Supercorp Technology has integrated InvestmentLink’s wrap and platform service offering into its superMate product.
The new agreement will facilitate access to more than 280 new wrap and platform products flowing directly into superMate on a nightly basis.
Supercorp chief executive Kurt Groeneveld said the new integrations as well as its existing broker coverage gives the firm's clients access to a wider choice of banking, broking and investment products within the market, covering 450 products.
“Our clients can now be confident their Trustees have the most comprehensive and up-to-date view of their SMSFs,” he said.
Mr Groeneveld said the company will continue to invest in meaningful technology and does not promise features that will not be delivered for months or years.
“We are very excited about our agreement with InvestmentLink and will commence signing up clients from next week,” he said.
InvestmentLink chief technology officer Wayne Robinson said the partnership with Supercorp made sense and that the broad wrap and platform coverage will boost the superMate product list, while offering InvestmentLink clients more options for managing their SMSF accounts.
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