Accounting document software provider MyWorkpapers has released a raft of features ahead of the introduction of new superannuation regulation on 1 July.
The cloud-based platform enhanced its SMSF 5.0 feature to meet the incoming legislative requirements, having been restructured for efficiency. It also now features a roll-over function to enable experienced users to skip ahead while maintaining details for less experienced auditors.
In doing so, MyWorkpapers has also integrated with Xero, Quickbooks Online, Kashflow, BGL, Class and SuperMate.
Client documents can now be easily customised through the existing online letter editing function, enabling users to add letterheads, footers, electronic signatures, print and save to PDF and send completed forms and letters to clients.
Users can also now produce bulk files within the Workflow Manager feature, as opposed to creating files individually.
MyWorkpapers executive director Anton Donde said MyWorkpapers is delighted with the upgrade and the potential benefits they will afford clients.
"As an organisation we pride ourselves on listening very carefully to our customers and the feedback that they have provided, along with our extensive global knowledge of an ever-changing industry, has enabled us to develop and enhance our platform to meet the dynamic needs of accountancy firms," Donde said.
MyWorkpapers, previously known as Auditflow, was founded in 2009 with the goal of developing the most innovative technology for the accounting practice.