Class said the integration allows its software users to request a depreciation schedule within the Class application.
“When complete, the depreciation schedule can be directly uploaded to Class, and the schedule is automatically populated,” the software provider said.
This integration allows users to request the schedule from within the Class application, avoiding the need to manually enter the depreciation schedule data.
Class chief executive Kevin Bungard said he was pleased to announce this latest integration with Depreciator.
“Data entry and management of depreciation schedules has always been a time-consuming and largely manual task for accountants and administrators,” said Mr Bungard.
“This latest development will greatly reduce the work involved.”