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Profectus Signs ANZ-exclusive Reseller Agreement With Xelix

Melbourne, Australia, November 7, 2022 – Profectus Group, a leading technology-driven services provider of compliance and recovery solutions, has signed an agreement to bring the world-leading accounts payable and auditing solutions from Xelix to Australia for the first time.

The exclusive agreement means Profectus will resell Xelix’s offerings in the region.

The Xelix software sits alongside existing finance systems, acting as an intelligence layer to automate processes, spot payment risks and deliver meaningful insights. It uses the latest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and pattern-based detection to identify hidden threats and errors in transactional and master data, while minimising false positives. In addition, its statement reconciliation module fully automates the process of reconciling supplier statements, enabling you to do more recs, more often and in much less time.

Xelix will help clients automate reconciliations and identify transactional irregularities – such as overcharging from suppliers or instances of non-claims on rebates – both historically and in real-time. From there, clients can claim to recoup those costs from their suppliers or vendors.

“The Xelix offering ensures not only can we help our clients identify discrepancies faster, but it will help them automate the process and free them to do more high-value work,” said Chris Hutchins, CEO, Profectus Group. “This level of real-time analysis augments our deep expertise on compliance, and we anticipate that the Xelix solution will enable Profectus to identify more issues for businesses across the region than ever before.”

Enterprise Level Compliance and Audit Expertise now available to mid-market

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The agreement ensures Profectus can also broaden its market scope to assist businesses of all sizes and across any sector for the first time.

“We’ve historically helped clients at the enterprise level, as auditing takes significant amount of time and resources to undertake,” said Hutchins. “The ROI for us and our clients was only realised when working with large-scale and complex businesses.

“But issues of financial erosion are not limited to the big end of town; small and medium-sized businesses face the same issues of overcharging or under-claiming. Xelix’s real-time analysis of transactions means the audit side is no longer as intensive and it ensures that we can deliver the same level of analysis and expertise normally reserved for big businesses to mid-tier organisations, which to date have been underserved on this front.”

Agreement Fosters Expansion for Both Companies

The agreement and subsequent expansion of opportunities for Profectus coincides with a shift of its headquarters from its St Kilda office to the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. The move will support future expansion of the company’s employee base with growth in the mid-market space expected as a result of the Xelix agreement.

Meanwhile, the agreement facilitates the arrival of the Xelix platform in Australia. The winner of multiple Fintech awards overseas has been looking for the ideal entry point to the Australian market and the partnership with Profectus delivers the company a unique avenue to an existing client base which includes a “Big Four” bank, BP, Officeworks, David Jones, Temple & Webster, Barbeques Galore, Chemist Warehouse and about 20 per cent of the ASX 100, among many others.

“Profectus has a great reputation of working closely with its clients as a compliance and recovery insider, almost an extension of the finance and AP teams for many businesses across ANZ,” said Paul Roiter, CEO, Xelix. “It made perfect sense to partner with them and help their clients and future ones to avail of a world-leading technology that will help Profectus focus on key compliance issues that their expertise is best-positioned to deliver. Our agreement ensures mid-market organisations as well as large-scale enterprises can now make the most of our complimentary expertise.”


With more than 20 years of experience delivering audit services and compliance technologies for global and large organisations, Profectus Group is the leader in automating compliance and recovery solutions. Its pay-per-claim audit model guarantees ROI for clients, and its compliance technologies help prevent financial erosion at the source.

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