SMSF service provider, Class, has announced the firm has signed the “largest single contract” for cloud-based SMSF software services.
The deal between Class and Findex is expected to see more than 8,000 SMSFs loaded onto Class within the next couple of years, according to an announcement yesterday.
Findex has noted online and mobile access for clients as one of the key reasons that the firm proceeded with the partnership.
“We are committed to Fintech – it is in Findex’s DNA to harness technology to provide better and timelier services for our clients,” said Findex chief executive Sprio Paule.
“The contract with Class will enable us to streamline the financial services experience for our clients and extend their access to high quality services."
Class chief executive Kevin Bungard is similarly bullish on Findex’s growth plans.
“Class is thrilled to be able to provide software to such an innovative industry leader," Mr Bungard said. "Findex have impressive growth plans and we're confident that the Class Super technology along with the group’s extensive adviser network and track record will enable them to deliver on those ambitions."
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