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“BankLink has dramatically improved the efficiency of our business – I’d recommend it to all business owners.”

16 August 2011

Time consuming bookwork used to be a major frustration for Melissa Scaife, owner of Fit Kidz Learning Centres.

The thriving business has five centres and strong demand for future growth. However it used to be burdened by an inflexible accounting system.

Fit Kidz generates large numbers of transactions, yet each had to be manually entered and coded – tying up time and resources.

“It was an absolute nightmare and took us an entire month to be able to produce end-of-month reports.”

Melissa saw immediate benefits when she switched to The BankLink Service, including significant time savings as well as receiving daily transaction data.

One “massive bonus” are the reporting tools for preparing cashflow and P&L. It means Melissa can access financial information whenever needed.

“If we see trends emerging, or expenses rising in a certain area, we’re able to jump on them more quickly.”

“BankLink lets us quickly access financial information so we can manage our business more effectively.”

Talk to your accountant about how BankLink can save you time.

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