According to a statement, SuperChoice will replace Clearing House and Gateway as WA Super’s chosen SuperStream provider in 2018.
Commenting on the announcement, WA Super general manager for client services Paul Owen said the selection of SuperChoice followed a “rigorous tender process” to find a firm that “best integrated with our core member platform”.
“SuperChoice is simple for employers to use and takes the hassle out of making super contributions.
“We’re looking forward to a long-term partnership with SuperChoice that helps us to deliver on our purpose of helping members achieve their retirement dream,” Mr Owen said.
SuperChoice chief executive Stuart Korchinski said the company’s investment in digital technology would see clients quickly leverage SuperChoice’s platforms.
“Our clients rely on us to do the groundwork for them. Developing solutions that keep them compliant, suit their business and ready to go when they need to,” Mr Korchinski said.
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