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Australian superannuation fund implements Bravura application

South Australia’s largest private sector superannuation fund Statewide has started its implementation of Bravura’s TalisPension application.

TalisPension, part of Bravura’s Sonata Suite, is a retail retirement savings application which will allow Statewide to administer its superannuation pensions, while satisfying administrative and reporting requirements.

The move is phase one of its implementation of the Sonata Suite, phase two being the migration from the existing SuperB to the new Sonata SuperB system.

Bravura group chief executive and operations director Simon Woodfull says: “The administrative benefits of Sonata will be fully realised by Statewide as a result of this successful implementation. We are confident in an equally successful second phase implementation and the benefits that Statewide will obtain.”

Bravura currently powers the Aviva Wrap and the Nucleus wrap in the UK.

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