Having an open API means that Midwinter is able to partner with other technology and research providers so that our users have access to an exclusive software ecosystem of the highest quality. Below are some of the companies that Midwinter has partnered with –
Morningstar is a leading global provider of investment research. AdviceOS has incorporated Morningstar Fund data feeds in order to provide comprehensive, reliable, up-to-date data, ratings and information for over 6000 managed funds available within Australia.
Deckchair ConsultingDeckchair Consulting specialises in delivering and integrating Microsoft solutions to companies undergoing technology transformations. They provide the workforce to deliver business objectives through end to end technology solutions that are cost effective to design, build, test and support. Deckchair Consulting partner with Midwinter assisting in testing and integration of the AdviceOS application.
Class Super is the leading cloud software for administration of SMSFs.Super fund information from Class can be imported into Midwinter's AdviceOS. This reduces double entry and increases the accuracy of the advice modelling.
L4AMidwinter has developed an exclusive partnership with Licensing for Accountants to provide compliance and advice technology for limited licence holders.
Licensing for Accountants (headed by CEO, Kath Bowler) supports accountants who are moving – or want to move – from compliance to advice.
Midwinter has worked with Licensing for Accountants to create additional functionality and resources within its AdviceOS system to cater for both unlicensed accountants and licensed accountants with Limited Licences.
Midwinter’s insurance research is outsourced to Rice Warner, an Australian-owned firm. Rice Warner differentiates themselves through the provision of high quality independent advice through our experienced consultants.
Since 2009, Rice Warner has been providing Midwinter with ongoing insurance research,powering the insurance product comparisons, premium quotes and benefit research provided through AdviceOS.
Included in the data feed are the insurance features and premium for the retail risk products of 16 insurance companies (covering over 95% of the current retail market) and around 200 superannuation risk products (including insurance on Wraps). The data also has an extensive list of legacy insurance and inside of super insurance products.
Investmentlink is a portfolio data collection, reporting and information distribution service for financial planners, software companies and advisory groups. They provide automated data consolidation from any number of product providers with full account detail into a centralised database for client reporting, management reporting and compliance purposes.