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Big four accounting firm enters agreement with Class

Big four accounting firm enters agreement with Class

Big four accounting firm enters agreement with Class
Reporter
13 November 2017 — 1 minute read

One of the big four accounting firms has entered an agreement with SMSF software provider Class Super to use its SMSF administration and investment reporting software.

An agreement between KPMG and Class Super will see the top four accounting and professional firm use Class Super in its SMSF administration business and Class Portfolio in its business advisory group.

Class chief executive Kevin Bungard welcomed the decision by KPMG, stating that one of the biggest advantages of an automated reporting and administration platform like Class Super was the potential it unlocked for business growth.

“Class Super delivers business changing efficiency and automation for firms of all sizes, whether it is a suburban accounting practice with a handful of SMSFs or a professional services giant like KPMG,” he said.

“An automated solution to SMSF administration is no longer a nice-to-have, it has become a necessity. Accountants still using desktop software or manual methods need to put in place a system to enable them to cope with TBAR.”

Big four accounting firm enters agreement with Class
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