Capita and Intellica partner on data analysis for pensions dashboards

Capita Pension Solutions and Intellica have extended their partnership to include data analysis for the forthcoming pensions dashboards.

The firms have an existing partnership on data analysis solutions for pension schemes.

The new, extended partnership will enable pension schemes to analyse the existence and quality of data needed to comply with the proposed regulatory requirements for dashboards.

Alongside providing “high level” reporting, the data analysis will help schemes match as many customers as possible and support them in delivering the end-to-end experience for people accessing their pension information.

“The pensions dashboards will be a priority for many pension schemes between now and April 2023, when we expect onboarding to commence,” commented Capita Pension Solutions director of data, remediation & projects, Paul Capel.

“We are delighted to extend our relationship with Intellica to not only meet the needs of schemes on their dashboard journey, but also to be able to work with them to maximise the availability and benefit to scheme members of pensions dashboards.”

Since initially partnering in 2020, Capita and Intellica have been providing trustees and sponsors with automated data validation checks to ensure that data analysis and cleanse exercises algin with trustee and employer objectives.

Intellica CEO, Brendan Doherty, added: “Our partnership with Capita goes from strength to strength, which is evidenced by the release of our combined pensions dashboards solution.

“This brings together the best of both organisations by building upon our shared market insights and technologies.”

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