FSC-DST CEO Survey reveals technology plays major role in delivering innovation

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New research has revealed that technology is essential to driving innovation in the financial services sector to meet changing customer needs and improve customer service, according to the 2014 FSC-DST CEO Survey. The report found that 73% of financial services CEOs believe technology is a key enabler to deliver innovation in financial services and 62%

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LUCRF implements DST Bluedoor technology to meet Superstream challenge

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Australian industry fund first to operate its own gateway and clearing house DST, a global provider of strategically unified data management, business processing, and customer communication solutions today announced that industry superannuation fund LUCRF Super is utilising DST Bluedoor’s software solutions to successfully meet SuperStream requirements. LUCRF (Labour Union Co-operative Retirement Fund) Super has implemented DST

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DST Bluedoor adds clearing house to superstream solution

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New Functionality Further Improves Services for Funds and Employers DST Bluedoor, a leading global provider of IT solutions for the wealth management industry, yesterday announced an enhancement to Bluedoor and its SuperStream solution that will provide organisations with the ability to act as an independent clearing house. The new Clearing House capability will allow superannuation

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AMP relaunches products on Bluedoor Platform

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Bluedoor technology powers North’s incredible growth DST Bluedoor, a leading global provider of IT solutions for the wealth management industry, yesterday announced that its technology is behind AMP’s successful migration of its retail wealth management platforms onto its flagship North platform, enabling the company to more efficiently manage $24 billion plus in assets and significantly

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Super Guarantee hike leads to record $15.57 billion in employer super contributions

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Software spending strikes fresh high as Australian businesses update technology Employers paid a record $15.57 billion into employees’ superannuation accounts in the third quarter of 2013, reflecting the rise in the Superannuation Guarantee to 9.25%, according to gross domestic product (GDP) statistics released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The data also showed

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