Iress has announced that GuildSuper has selected its automated super admin service to improve efficiency.
According to Guild Trustee Services general manager, Greg Everett, the ambition was to transform the fund, which aims to help women and their families, into Australia’s leading digital super fund.
“A key factor in our decision-making was the ability to have unfettered, 24/7 access to our data, to tailor our customer experiences and offer industry leading digital products and services including our award-winning product Supersuper to our members,” he said.
The new service would be expected to help reduce manual processes and associated compliance and business risks while providing real-time access to transactions and data for members, employers and advisers.
“Our technology-enabled administration service will transform the member experience while delivering GuildSuper greater efficiencies, freeing them up to focus on what they do best- looking after members and helping them achieve their retirement goals,” Iress’ general manager of superannuation, Jeff Hall said.
GuildSuper manages $2 billion on behalf of 80,000 members across the pharmacy, childcare, veterinary and allied health industries.