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SuperConcepts reveals key initiatives for 2023


The SMSF services provider will add a range of features to its SuperMate software this year, including property processing and a trustee portal.

By Miranda Brownlee 8 minute read

SuperConcepts says it will be developing a number of new features this year to further bolster SMSF software, SuperMate, just a year after a relaunch.

SuperConcepts chief technology officer Andy Forbes said the improved features centred around automation, its interface and point-to-point administration.

“I’m very excited to debut our reimagined trustee portal that will introduce new ways for users to engage with their clients,” said Mr Forbes.

“In addition, we’re working on first-class property processing including automated property valuations and greater document and audit provider integration.”

SuperConcepts has also announced that it is in advanced discussions with an OpenBanking partner, which it plans to bring to clients this year.

“OpenBanking will make it easier for SMSF trustees to provide their bank account data and will also expand the total number of data feeds supported by SuperMate,” the SMSF service provider said.

The web-based version of SuperMate officially launched in February last year and currently supports over 40,000 funds.

Mr Forbes said the company was thrilled to be celebrating the one year milestone.

“SuperMate is now a comprehensive solution for SMSF and portfolio administration that helps practices be more efficient than ever,” he said.

“Our software is built for accountants, by accountants, using their decades of experience to implement features and rethink processes for real-world efficiency gains.”


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