BT has launched a new digital-first corporate super product which will harness the digital capabilities of BT's Panorama platform.
BT's new corporate super product, BT Super, will offer members investment choices from leading global fund managers and will harness the digital capabilities of BT Panorama.
BT Super offers members improved functionality and tools through BT Panorama including the ability for members to review risk profiles and select their investment options.
A holistic approach is also being taken for members with the Super offering access to My Wellbeing and Benefits Now to allow members to achieve their health and wellness goals and save on a range of services.
The launch of BT Super will facilitate the simplification of BT’s Super business and achieve an end goal of streamlining existing corporate and retail products.
BT head of workplace super Matthew Englund said that offering competitive products to their members was at the forefront of BT Super’s creation.
“BT is driving super innovation to meet employer and member needs at a time when member choice and access to contemporary quality products are top of mind,” he said.
BT Super offers members access to 44 investment options as well as services that will meet the needs of all types of employers said Mr Englund.
“We know that smaller businesses sometimes have limited time and resources, so they tend to want ease of use, help with managing compliance, and support when they need it, while larger employers may be more focussed on the range of investment options and employee benefits offered to their employees,” he said.
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