Class Super wins satisfaction award for third year running

Class Super has won a satisfaction award for SMSF software for the third year running.

Class Super won the 2017 Investment Trends Highest Overall Satisfaction Award for SMSF Software. It also won the award in 2015 and 2016.

“The award recognises that Class Super users were the most satisfied with their SMSF software compared with all other providers,” said Class.

Class Ltd CEO Kevin Bungard said the award was recognition of the dedication shown by the Class team in keeping the software at the leading edge of technology and SMSF administration.

“It’s thrilling to win this award for the third year running, especially in such a challenging 12 months for the SMSF industry,” he said.

“This has been a tumultuous period with the introduction of the Super Reforms and Class is committed to ensuring accountants and administrators have the most powerful and up to date tools to service their SMSF clients and implement the changes.”

Mr Bungard said that change and disruption would continue to affect the SMSF industry.

“SMSF businesses and their clients will continue to face new challenges and opportunities, both from the regulators and from a maturing and increasingly competitive market.”

“For those who have not yet moved their SMSF administration to the cloud, now is the ideal time to make the transition and take advantage of the dramatic efficiency gains and growth opportunities the technology offers.”

Class notes that the Investment Trends Award for SMSF software measures user satisfaction across 17 categories, including quality of reporting, level of automation, data feeds, ease of use and technical support.

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