In a statement, Bravura announced LGIAsuper had implemented the software provider’s Sonata platform to extend the fund’s capability to administer defined benefit and defined contribution books of business.
Commenting on the announcement, LGIAsuper chief executive David Todd expressed “delight” on behalf of the fund to have partnered on a “key initiative”.
“The Sonata platform is a core component of our future growth plans for accumulation and retirement products.
“We will leverage Sonata’s comprehensive digital functionality to deliver an enhanced and engaging employer and member experience,” Mr Todd said.
Bravura director of business development Jason Tong added the fund would be “market-leading”, with the Sonata platform’s capabilities that would deliver “comprehensive services and a superior member experience”.
“The Sonata defined benefit solution, which supports different styles of defined benefit business in step with customer demand, [and] leverages the proven, functionally-rich capabilities of Sonata,” Mr Tong said.
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