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Microsoft partner BankLink enters UK market

Microsoft partner BankLink enters UK market

BankLink, a Microsoft gold partner, is hoping its trial with a UK accounting practice leads to further expansion.

Earlier this year it began a pilot with the Manchester arm of Baker Tilly and its small business customers.

BankLink has offered technology products that automate accounting processes for small business customers since 1986. The company has over 4000 customers in ANZ with 65 percent of its revenue coming from Australia.

Director Malcolm MacDonald says it entered the UK market after conducting market research.

“We have strong evidence to believe the benefits of our service and our unique proposition will resonate very well with UK accountants.

“Our service saves small business owners literally hundreds of thousands of hours in book keeping time every month, meaning they can spend less time focused on their books and more time increasing productivity.”


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