Industry super fund Equipsuper has created the new role of head of technology to roll out a number of new platforms across the fund.
Mary Nottle has been hired by Equipsuper as head of technology to oversee the launch of a new web marketing platform.
The new platform will be integrated with the Empirics analytics 'big data' platform and Mercer's administration system.
Equipsuper acting chief executive Nick Vamvakas said Ms Nottle's appointment would provide the project management capacity to see the roll-out through.
"Systems integration and roll-out is not simply about technology. Many of these platforms bring with them the need for considerable change in the way we engage with members and ultimately how we personalise their contact with the fund," Mr Vamvakas said.
"A big part of Mary’s role is to therefore work with our leadership team to ensure that system transformation is supported by appropriate training and change-management programs," he said.
Ms Nottle was most recently a project manager, infrastructure services for GE Capital. She has spent 16 years with General Electric.
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