LGIAsuper has chosen Bravura's Sonata platform for administration across its defined contribution and defined benefit plans.
Queensland super fund LGIAsuper, which services local government employees, has teamed up with Bravura to "modernise" its fund administration.
LGIAsuper chief executive David Todd said the Sonata platform will allow the super fund to consolidate and simplify administration of all its products using a single system.
"Sonata will [also] enable us to achieve strong operational efficiencies as we leverage its straight-through processing and workflow features," Mr Todd said.
The Bravura platform will also be used to improve members' experience on mobile phones, he said.
The new agreement with Bravura follows LGIA's investment in Babel, a Bravura messaging product to ensure compliance with the SuperStream regime.
"LGIAsuper has enjoyed a deep and longstanding relationship with Bravura Solutions over the past 25 years," said Mr Todd.
"The trust and mutual respect established between our two organisations gave us the confidence to decide to consolidate and modernise our core administration platforms using Sonata."
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