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GRE buys the software for next year&#39s GPP launch

Guardian Employee Benefits is investing £1.5m in a software package from Watson Wyatt to upgrade its administration system for its planned Group Personal Pension Plan.


Managing director Ray Milne says: &#34The attraction of the Watson Wyatt PMS6000 system is that it is flexible enough to allow us to deliver our unique product solution to the GPP market.&#34

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