SuperConcepts is set to unveil the next generation of SMSF software, SuperMate
The new web-based version of SuperMate will be unveiled at the 2022 SMSF Association National Conference in Adelaide.
In a move to provide clients with a streamlined interface that is easy to learn, the new SuperMate has undergone a complete facelift – both internally and externally.
“We know that people love the power and price of SuperMate but would like to see it simplified and in a web environment,” SuperConcepts CTO, Andy Forbes (pictured) said.
Clients can expect improved data feeds, foreign assets processing, advanced property processing and powerful document recognition and data extraction.
The software has been developed to meet accountant demands for improved automation, extended asset support, streamlined design and practice efficiency.
“We undertook extensive research as to what the market was crying out for,” Forbes said. “It confirmed that data feeds, integration and reporting were the biggest pain points for practitioners… but there was a lot of interesting information in the detail.”
This knowledge, together with the experience SuperConcepts’ has across all administration platforms, puts them in good stead to design the next generation of SMSF software.
The new SuperMate will allow users to transfer existing SMSFs quickly with powerful onscreen guidance – it takes just moments to get underway.
“A huge focus from day one has been to ensure we can provide a migration concierge service for clients. With a dedicated migration team, we’ll work with firms to remove the stress of switching software providers,” Forbes said.
SuperMate has already started welcoming new clients with sharp early bird pricing. Those who sign up before 31 December 2021 will pay no more than $120 per fund, per annum for the next 12 months.
All sales enquiries can be made to SuperConcepts National Software Sales Manager, Garry Johnston on 0466 463 987 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“The future looks bright for SMSF admin software users as the three big providers battle it out to solve more of the industry’s problems through integration and automation,” Forbes said.