Ignition Wealth has announced an innovative technology solution, Ignition Wealth Teams, specifically designed to allow accountancy businesses to provide digital financial advice.

In its most simple form the Teams product is an off the shelf, easy to use solution which is targeted at professional financial businesses including small to medium accountancy firms. There is no up front cost to the business and the registration and installation process can be completed in as little as 24 hours.

“Great technology solutions make life easier, reduce workloads and speed up everyday processes. Adopting Ignition Wealth Teams is as easy as 1­2­3.”

Mark Fordree, CEO, Ignition Wealth.

Unlike most financial technology companies, Ignition Wealth holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL). Accountancy practices holding their own AFSL have the option of operating under the Ignition Wealth AFSL or their own. For those accountancy practices that operate under a limited licence, the Ignition Wealth digital financial advice service provides a welcome investment solution to compliment their continuing services.

“We understand the urgency of the FOFA deadline and guarantee that accountancy businesses that come to us today will be ready to offer digital financial advice under the Ignition Wealth licence well before July 1.”

Mark Fordree, CEO, Ignition Wealth.

Teams is also available as a fully adaptable white label digital financial advice technology stack which may be customised exactly to the requirements of an institution’s client base. The technology stack will integrate seamlessly with the institution’s existing software platforms.

“Our white label model allows financial services businesses to massively expand their potential customer base, greatly increasing their total business opportunity.”

Mark Fordree, CEO, Ignition Wealth.

A number of early adopter accounting, advisory and administration businesses already provide digital financial advice using the Ignition Wealth Teams technology, while the white label version is gaining notable interest from major Australian institutions.