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Sheep and Cattle Farmers Case Study

“Stressful! Disorganised and time consuming.” This is how Kate and Nathan Stratford describe the process of completing their accounts before they were introduced to The BankLink Service.

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Child Care Centre Case Study

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. read more >


Vet Case Study

Time is important for Alex Melrose, owner of VetCare, an animal veterinary hospital, cattery and retail store. Since opening five years ago, Alex has seen the business grow substantially. Key to his success has been his ability to spend time on growing his business not doing his bookwork. read more >


Cafe Owner Case Study

Doing the books used to be a major source of frustration for Anita Ransfield. Manually processing the accounts for her two busy cafés, the Local Café and 19th Hole Café, had become an overwhelming burden. read more >


Builder Case Study

Running a busy business, and raising three children, means time is precious for Kerri and Phil Mellross. While the construction side has run smoothly, Kerri found their previous accounting system frustrating. The change was dramatic when they switched to The BankLink Service. read more >


Dairy Farmer Case Study

Peter Le Heron runs 470 cows on two dairy units. He says it only takes him 25 minutes to do the accounts and quarterly returns for both enterprises. read more >


Farmer Case Study

Donna McInally and her husband Bradley are busy people. Together they run John James Livestock & Property, conduct a primary production business managing 100 head of cattle as well as owning three rental properties and managing a rent roll. read more >


Grazier Case Study

Time is important to Bronwyn Christensen and her husband Lindsay. Running 2,000 acres of grazing and cropping property and a home based publishing business mean they need an accounting system that works. read more >