Do your potential corporate clients want to offer company pension schemes in their own company? Then rising costs and high complexity in human resources are among the greatest challenges and obstacles.
To get closer to networking with the entire corporate environment, modern IT systems in the insurance industry are focussing on the ability to expand interfaces. This requires the existing systems to be renewed, for example through service-oriented architectures with reusable services and accessible interfaces.
Digital services, such as online data entry and changes to the company pension scheme agreement, enhance the customer experience, accelerate the respective processes and increase the quality of the data available to the insurance provider.
The operation and availability of internal and external interfaces are required for using digital services in company pension schemes. This allows the communication processes between those involved in the company pension scheme are improved and procedures are simplified. Corporate clients’ daily work can be made easier, for example, by providing status notifications digitally via e-mail or download, as well as by transmitting company pension scheme data to the insurance provider automatically. The company pension scheme will become transparent and comprehensible for employees, in turn increasing its acceptance and distribution.
Company pension schemes are shaped by several internal and external interfaces due to their highly complex nature. These should be standardised to create an effective lever for increasing efficiency – in particular to create the conditions for the automation of bulk processes.
adesso is your partner in helping you to successfully realise your innovative ideas when it comes to company pension schemes. Benefit from the industry knowledge and expertise of our consultants and developers in the company pension schemes environment, from the introduction of digital solutions across all implementation channels. Our experts analyse and evaluate your company pension scheme processes. The internal and external interfaces used for bulk processes, such as list-based registration and stock changes within the framework of a collective agreement (for example, in the context of RNext), are considered as part of the analysis and evaluation.