SuperConcepts has added to the number of integrations it has with third-party providers, adding a data feed from investment platform Mason Stevens to its SuperMate software tool.
The integration will provide SuperMate users with a daily transaction feed of all domestic and international investments, self-managed account details and holdings reconciliation, and will also support a full transactional history, simplifying the establishment process on SuperMate.
SuperConcepts chief technology officer Andy Forbes said: “Whilst the new service integrates seamlessly into both SuperMate Classic and the new SuperMate, we have been able to make the most of the richness of the Mason Stevens data in with our new foreign asset and foreign currency functionality in the new application.”
To date, SuperMate has more than 260 integrations across the five categories of cash services from banks, brokers, wraps and platforms, compliance and practice management providers and market information service providers.
SuperConcepts released the latest version of SuperMate in March at which time it stated the administration software would provide access to improved data feeds and document recognition.
The software received a further update in June to reflect changes to the work test and downsizer contributions that took effect on 1 July.