App launched for PPSR searching
new iTunes app promises to make checking security interests on the
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) easier, more convenient and
Called PSiDAR, the app operates on iPhone or iPad devices and provides mobile access to the PPSR to manage and review security interests. If your business deals with the PPSR because you lend money, sell goods or supplies, need to conduct due diligences on any acquisitions, deliver stock before payment is made or if you are buying a car, truck or equipment this app may prove very useful.
PSiDAR is now available free from Apple’s App Store. For more information visit the App Store PSiDAR page here.
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