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Ron Lesh

Great ASIC corporate compliance software reduces your risk…

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I have written 3 blog posts in recent times about buying the right ASIC corporate compliance software.  As a reminder:

Don’t buy ASIC corporate compliance software without asking these questions

Beware of  software companies that dont tell truth

Don’t be conned by cheap prices and fantasy spreadsheets

Because when you get it right, you provide your clients with remarkable experiences.

For those of you who have read my recent blog posts, but not taken my advice, the events of recent days simple prove what I have said was 100% correct.

Eventually the world catches up…

In my opinion, it’s all about trust. You need to trust your ASIC corporate compliance software will be there to support you and your clients. You need to trust they will do what they say they will do.

Similarly, you need to trust your document provider will be there to support you and your clients. You need to trust they will do what they say they will do.

BGL has been in business over 30 years. And our document provider business partners have a pedigree of excellence.

So if you are disappointed by your ASIC corporate compliance software provider, sick of the bullsh*t, sick of being lied to, please do chat to us. You have nothing to lose and heaps to gain.

BGL has built its business and reputation on honesty and integrity (we also make great software). That’s why we have been in business for over 30 years – and why others have not.

CAANZ and CPA Australia leave their members high and dry!

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You may have read the response from CAANZ and CPA Australia this morning to all the flack they have got this week from members and in the industry media.

If not, here is the link:

https://www.accountantsdaily.com.au/business/13543-ca-anz-cpa-defend-accountants-exemption-decision

I agree 100% the whole financial services system is broken and needs to be fixed.

But you need to start somewhere and returning something similar to the Accountants’ Exemption as a start.

Ruling out support for this because you want more, when this is NOT even on the table at the moment, is pathetic, a cop out and a complete let down of the CAANZ / CPA members.

When will the advocacy activities of these organisations start to reflect the views of their members? When will they listen to them?

I would have thought with what has happened at the CPA’s over the past few years, they may have been more inclined to listen to their members – obviously not!

As I said earlier this week, it is really poor that these organisations are not supporting the return of the Accountants’ Exemption for their members – maybe their members will at some stage stop supporting them with membership fees?