I have written 3 blog posts in recent times about buying the right ASIC corporate compliance software. As a reminder:
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.
BGL announce major release to its cloud-based Simple Fund 360 and CAS 360 solutions, including integrated Simple Fund 360 Accounting Workpapers and a new Property Dashboard, the release Engage by BGL mobile to Android users, XPM jobs integration with CAS 360 and more.
We were thrilled to be partnering with Your Wills – an Australian-based company (supported by SLF Lawyers) that offers you and your clients a simple to use, straightforward solution allowing your client to cost effectively create a legally recognised Will online.
The document, in our opinion, contains numerous calculation and logic errors. We wonder what would be ASIC’s view if an industry or retail super fund published a document that was so misleading and contained so many errors?
If a software supplier shows you a PowerPoint presentation and does not show you their software, this should ring alarm bells. And if they bring the software developer along to fix bugs in the software during the presentation, this should ring sirens.