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New deal for MYOB

31 Mar 2010

Supplier deal inked with BankLink for transaction data to be used in new MYOB products.

According to MYOB CEO Tim Reed the data service will be part of a series of new offerings. “BankLink shares a similar approach to MYOB, in that they work closely with the accountant community to deliver solutions that are tried and tested, a vital approach when you are dealing with a business’ essential financial data. We believe that combining the market presence and depth of knowledge of the combined organisations will be a winning combination,” he said.

Reed continued, “They also provide the highest level of security when handling bank data, which offers real peace-of-mind for businesses that want to know their information is being protected by an extremely reputable and stable local provider, which has been operating in the market over the long term.”

BankLink COO Richard Reese added, “By providing BankLink data to MYOB’s new products, we are able to extend our data offering into a new market – those small businesses who want to manage their own accounting solutions,” says Mr Reese.

“BankLink will continue to focus on the 4,000 accounting practices across Australia and New Zealand who use The BankLink Service to provide small business clients with a range of accounting services. We will continue to provide our complete range of BankLink products and services, including some exciting new products due to be released later this year.”

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